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Virtual Reality Subway Wanderer

Posted on November 26, 2007 by


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Recently many people in Virtual Reality helmets wander in Moscow Subway. Sometimes it seems their helmets fail to guide them and they have to lift them up in order to see the way more clearly.


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As a matter of fact they are all there to advertise some Virtual Reality technologies exhibition that's taking place in Moscow these days, but many people can't figure this out from the first site.

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22 Responses to “Virtual Reality Subway Wanderer”

  1. Jewish Prostitute Sarah Zaluppa says:

    The best way for me to virtual reality is vodka.

  2. Akash says:

    Hehehe

    I abhor first people…

    And typing / orthographic mistakes:

    “As a matter of fact they are all there to advertise some Virtual Reality technologies exhibition that’s taking place in Moscow these days, but many people can’t figure this out at first sight.”

    Many thanks to myself…

    Hehehe

  3. Hmmm… As a matter of fact, this looks much more like the St. Petersburg subway system.

  4. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says:

    Can you see the women’s naked bodies beneath clothing with this technology?

    Please send two of these to Tehran please.

    • Dzhugashviliy says:

      Want to do good business with you.

      Want to buy nice Bakhtiar rug, to put in the wall with Stalin portrait.

      Have good stuff to sell, from my KGB times.

      • Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says:

        Yes I can sell you nice rug, in exchange for some components for special project my scientists work on.

        Also, may I suggest you put the portrait of my sexy friend Putin next to the portrait of Stalin? They are very similar men. But Putin is better because he does not have the rough moustache to rub against skin when he does the kissy-kissy. He has the nice skin like the baby.

  5. milk says:

    Alien-__-

  6. Richard S. says:

    Looks like a portable dvd player

  7. Groundskeeper Willie says:

    ‘At boy’s aifter a good hidin’, ken?

  8. Not Moscow! says:

    Isaakievskaya Square is in St Petersburg.
    Strange people post here without being able to tell Moscow from Petersburg or Sochi and Russia from Ukraine and Estonia.

  9. chicken says:

    This outfit is not hot, not even 1 %

  10. Che Burashka says:

    Looks like good idea + poor, cheap implementation. As it is common in Russia since 1917.

  11. Che Burashka says:

    Yes. For some funny reason now it is St. Petersburg in the region of Leningrad.

    Seems to me like lack of integrity here.

  12. Boroda says:

    This is not Moscow, this is Saint-Petersburg. btw Moscow subway has no metal doors like this

  13. Dosug says:

    Очень полезная инфа, согласен с автором!

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