Become Jerry Seinfeld in this amazing Oculus Rift project
"Jerry's Place" allows you to walk through the iconic apartment.
Ever wonder what it would be like to walk around Jerry Seinfeld's iconic apartment? One longtime Seinfeld fan is allowing you to do just that, albeit virtually, in his new Oculus Rift project called "Jerry's Place."
Created over the course of one month, Jerry's Place is a true-to-life virtual depiction of the environment featured in the popular '90s TV show. In all, you'll find around 11 references to various episodes hidden throughout the apartment, creator Greg Miller said.
"I tried to be faithful to the show's original props and its era, but some things were near impossible to Google," Miller said. "I did a lot of research and tried to find images of the original products used in the show, and modeled around those dimensions, rather than relying solely on blurry screenshots."
You can download "Jerry's Place" from Miller's website to try it out, but of course, you'll need an Oculus Rift development kit to do that. There's still no word on when the final, consumer version of Oculus Rift will be available or what it will cost, though creator Palmer Luckey said recently that he wants the virtual reality headset to be "affordable."
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