Korean TV show uses virtual reality to 'reunite' sorrow stricken mother with her seven-year-old daughter who died in 2016


 

Korean TV show recounted a story of a family who lost their daughter in 2016

The mother put on a VR headset and was transported to a garden

She was met there by her dead daughter who she could touch and talk to 


By STACY LIBERATORE FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

PUBLISHED: 22:45 GMT, 10 February 2020 | UPDATED: 22:47 GMT, 10 February 2020


 

"가상현실로 만난 그리운 내 딸"


    사실상 현실은 살아 있는 사람들이 그들의 슬픔에 대처하는 것을 돕기 위해 죽은 사람들을 다시 부활시키고 있다.


한국의 한 TV에서는 터치감각 장갑과 오디오 시스템으로 죽은 7살 난 딸과 재회하는 장면을 재현했다.




'너를 만났다'라고 불리는 이 장면은 한 가족이 7살 난 딸 나연과 2016년 이름 없는 질병으로 세상을 떠났다는 이야기를 다룬다.


두 사람은 만지고 놀고 대화를 나눌 수 있었고, 어린 소녀는 더 이상 고통스럽지 않다고 어머니를 안심시키기까지 했다.


나연의 어머니는 가상현실(VR) 헤드기어를 착용하고 밝은 보라색 드레스를 입고 웃고 있는 딸이 서 있는 정원으로 보내졌다.


"오 내딸, 보고 싶었어." 딸의 디지털 복제품을 쓰다듬으면서 엄마가 말하는 소리가 들린다.


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Virtually reality is resurrecting the dead to help the living cope with their grief.


A Korean television show used the technology to reunite a mother with her deceased seven-year-old daughter, complete with touch-sensitive gloves and audio.




The show, called 'Meeting You,' recounted the story of a family's loss their seven-year-old daughter Nayeon, who passed away from an unnamed disease in 2016.


The two were able to touch, play and hold conversations, and the little girl even reassured her mother that she was no longer in pain.


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The show, called 'Meeting You,' recounted the story of a family's loss their seven-year-old daughter Nayeon, who passed away from an unnamed disease in 2016


A Korean television show used the technology to reunite a mother with her deceased seven-year-old daughter, complete with touch-sensitive gloves and audio




Jang Ji-sung, Nayeon's mother, put on the Vive virtual reality (VR) headgear and was transported into a garden where her daughter stood there smiling in a bright purple dress. 


'Oh my pretty, I have missed you,' the mother can be heard saying as she strokes the digital replica of her daughter.


Jang (pictured), who wears a necklace with Nayeon's ashes in the charm, said she did the documentary to help other people who have lost a brother, parent, or child as she had


Nayeon (pictured) passed away in 2016 from an unnamed disease 




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