You Can Now Explore South Park in Virtual Reality, or in Your Browser

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Don’t forget to bring a towel!

You can now explore South Park in virtual reality, or just in your browser if you’re sans-Oculus Rift.

A VR/3D rendition of your favorite quiet little mountain town just went live, and all that’s required for admission is the Unity browser plugin. Once installed, you can walk around the town, interact with the townsfolk (by interact I mean they say popular character lines to you), and attempt to get high with Towelie.

Most of the buildings cannot be entered, except for the church, which…well, no spoilers, I suppose! Go peek your head inside.

Tool, the developer behind the VR environment, says the project took only a few weeks to finish, and the layout was inspired by South Park: The Stick of Truth. While there are some outlying parts of South Park missing in Tool’s rendition, the downtown area is complete, and full of characters you’ll instantly recognize.

Oculus Rift or not, take the 3D enviro for a spin and let us know what you think.

Source: Wired

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