Seinfeld’s Apartment in Oculus Rift

March 6, 2014 | Sophie Weiner

As the debate rages on about fictional realism, it’s undeniable that many fictional people and places are so lodged in the public consciousness, that they may as well “exist.” So thoroughly suspended is our disbelief, that we don’t even consider the fact that Seinfeld’s apartment was a soundstage where the rooms didn’t even connect. In the spirit of giving us the reality we really want, Greg Miller used Oculus Rift to create a 3D representation of Jerry Seinfeld’s iconic apartment for you to explore, minus Kramer bursting in every five minutes.

Oculus Rift, the much-hyped virtual reality platform is beginning to demonstrate its potential for use in games, art and beyond. Musician EMA even used one in her latest music video. Miller’s creation is fun demonstration of technology. But when can we explore a virtual reality version of Adventure Time?