Sixteen years after the finale of the iconic 1990s sitcom Seinfeld, it is possible, courtesy of virtual reality, to take a tour through Jerry Seinfeld’s TV apartment, where all of the characters seemed to congregate and yadda yadda over “nothing”, according to Geek.
With Oculus Rift mobile virtual reality headset, it is possible to explore the small corners and details of Jerry’s apartment, with its immaculate cupboards and bluish grey interior. Now the fourth wall can be shown, as it wasn’t on the program, because it was comprised of a live studio audience. You can take a tour throw rooms that were rarely or only partially shown, like the bathroom or the bedroom.
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The project was created by Greg Miller, who initially decided to do it to learn Unity, something that would be simple to test with the game engine. The Seinfeld living room project took Miller a month to build.