- 10:49 AM,
Saturday, May 4th, 2019:
- I will
attempt to make light of this, but I'll be honest...
my mom fell harder than I believe I've seen
anyone fall since watching YouTube videos of stupid
motherfuckers doing Parkour. Lemme just get past the
video (which is NOT of her falling)
- Cam. HA. How did
he hurt himself doing it the RIGHT WAY!??! AHHHH.
I guess it's in my family's genes to just get
- So yeah, my mom
believed SO INTENSELY that the countertop was
really there? That she leaned on it to knock some
paper off of it. Then lost her balance... and
seemingly took 2 or 3 steps while falling to make the
impact of her face hitting the wall as
HARD AS HUMANLY POSSIBLE. Thinking back
now I'm actually laughing and truth be told I was
laughing while trying to help her because it was just
so randomly awkward? Violent? Seemingly on purpose?
- Shatters the
screen inside the Vive Pro, yet the housing is OK
which saved her face really. But then she hit the
ground and has a MASSIVE bruise on her arm. Oh it was
bad guys. I mean it was really bad. I really
believe it's the wireless set-up now that made that
possible. Without ANY cables? You really do lose
yourself. In fact I think an omni-directional walking
pad is going to be an outright necessity as this
technology gets better and lighter. You have to
presume people are going to fall over and will need to
either be in a padded room or be surrounded by a
railing of some sort. Maybe even a contraption that
tethers you to the ceiling while your feet are free to
simulate walking. Because this wasn't just my mom's
WILD LACK OF COORDINATION, it's that
- It is kind of her
lack of coordination though. Still
- So yeah, my mom is
out of the VR game for good probably. It's too bad
because she legit LOVED it. She was having a BLAST
doing the little jobs in Job Simulator. Smiling and
dancing back and forth as she cooked the food... it
was really cool to see.
- Oh well. Glad
you're ok, mom. Also happy you enjoyed the kiddos.
Until next time.