7 May Disunion is an experimental Oculus Rift game which puts the player through a first-person execution via the infamous Guillotine. The game was created by Erkki Trummal, André Berlemont, and Morten Brunbjerg in two days as part of the Exile Game Jam in Denmark which ran from May 1st – 5th. 6 May Disunion - The guillotine simulator, an "Oculus Rift experience" that was created during the recent Exile Game Jam, recreates the decapitating experience of the French guillotine, according to D. 7 May Ever wondered what it'd be like to be decapitated by a guillotine? At least three people have, because they've created a decapitation simulator for the Oculus Rift . Don't worry about flying, or riding unicorns in pastel fantasy fields, or playing Team Fortress or Portal or whatever: who needs any of that when.
7 May Developers Erkki Trummal, André Berlemont, and Morten Brunbjerg have created Disunion, a guillotine simulator for the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset made during the Exile Game Jam. In the simulation, players kneel with their heads placed on a chair, desk, or some other substitute for a chopping block. It's the one thing I really wanted to experience in VR, but now that I have a rig, all the links are dead. Anyone know where I can find it?. I just got my rift an hour ago and am slowly trying to adapt, I think I'll save this one for a little later:) As an aside, one small tip for your site would be to use five gray stars if the app hasn't been rated. Right now you display 1/5 stars for every app that hasn't been rated, which on first glance suggests the app is.
13 May Disunion is a guillotine simulator for the Oculus Rift. Like many of the demos available for the fledgling virtual reality headset, it's a bit rough: The crowd is nothing more than cardboard cutouts and the entire experience lasts just a few seconds. It also makes far less of an impact the second time you try it. 13 May Last week, Cory posted about Disunion, the guillotine simulator for the Oculus Rift headset. This weekend, I got a chance to "play" the virtual reality game— which amounted to getting my head virtually chopped off. Though this is a far cry from the Oculus Rift's peaceful "Tuscan villa" demo, the experience is.