First Impressions: a virtual experience of the first year of life – 360 video | Guardian VR

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Using the latest research in neural development and colour vision in infants, First Impressions allows you to experience and interact with the world from the point of view of a baby. It's a period that none of us remember, but is the most crucial stage of our development.

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Adriana Vaquero says:

Hello Baby? VR 360 POV

Lara Lopes says:

Muito bom ese canal

Martha Argueta says:

Now i understand why babys cry so much in the night

Mateusz A. Tomaszewski says:

Carpet Life

3126 James says:

It is scary went it is night time with a doll next to you

Usman latif Dogar says:

Best start … how you doo this can you explain bluring effect ..

fewlt2000 says:

Which 360 Camera was used?

Paulo Rafael says:

Gosto muito dessas pessoas enxergar a realidade

Elliot Rodger says:

Having children is dangerous, no one should do it.

Mr Anderson says:

How the hell did I get subscribed to this channel?

hola yo soy cande says:

Hola? ¿Como se pone el nombre al canal?

3mp4thy says:

sickening how someone could rationalize bringing a child into this world. My only fear of death is reincarnation.

Red Hinkle says:

So this is what it's like to be left at the same spot on a rug for a year.

Ders972 says:

Science fiction as a true cognition … it is absurd how arrogant the scientific community has become.

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