Following the official launch of the first Adult Swim virtual reality (VR) application, The Virtual Brainload, earlier this week, the broadcaster has created a space to promote the software on it’s official website. As impertinent as most of the company’s output, this one-off page closely imitates the infamous packaging and branding design of 1980’s SEGA Master System software.
The Virtual Brainload, developed by VR specialists WEVR, is a non-interactive journey through a number of disparate scenes and environments. The title promises to ‘test your mind as well as your body’, boldly stating that ‘the person who emerges may not be anyone you know’.
The post on the official Adult Swim website, screencapped in this article, is merely a one-page promotion for The Virtual Brainload which is available to download via Google Play now. The Virtual Brainload is free and compatible with Google Cardboard. VRFocus will keep you updated with all the latest VR releases from WEVR and Adult Swim.