On the Fragility of Meat - Procedurally Generated

On the Fragility of Meat

So I’ve started back-filling posts in instead of playing with my new toy. This is because when you lean forwards and your implied vision leans back, your body takes serious offense to it.

It’s entirely fascinating, the effect from a second or two of exposure to such a phenomenon is both cumulative and long-lasting.

One Comment
  1. Interesting. I remember something similar, but it was more of a subtle sense of vertigo when experiencing in-game flight last year. It was interesting, since this subconscious reaction helped reinforce the illusion that I was actually flying.

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