VR Simulation ‘3D Tripping’ Lets You Drive Stoned, Drunk and Wasted

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Ever wondered why the law advises not to drive under the influence? A new virtual reality experience from the Virtual Dutchmen and JUNCTION lets you find out as it simulates what it’s like to drive a car whilst drunk, on Ecstasy, high on Cannabis and tripping on Magic Mushrooms!

Drive stoned in safety and learn a little about the dangers of mixing substance abuse and cars with new campaign 3D Tripping, the latest experience from developers JUNCTION and the Virtual Dutchmen. The DK2 based experience lets you choose your high and step behind the wheel of a virtual car, to experience simulated drug-induced experiences and precisely how badly your perception of reality and therefore driving competence is affected.

The experience is being used to promote responsible use of drugs and will be available at festivals and schools across the Netherlands soon.

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