Hang Out With Totoro With This Virtual Reality Tour

The worlds that Studio Ghibli created and very magical and mesmerizing. Which is why it makes sense for Fire Panda, a British studio, to create virtual reality tours of Studio Ghibli’s most famous animated films.

Fire Panda have been working on the Studio Ghibli virtual experiences for the past few years and currently have a Totoro VR (the bus stop scene), Spirited Away VR (the boiler room), and Howl’s Moving Castle VR (the fields outside the house).

The VR experience, unfortunately, is just limited to you walking around with minimal-to-no interaction. However, if VR manages to catch fire in the mainstream market, we could hope for Studio Ghibli to join in and release an official virtual reality experience for Totoro, Howl’s Moving Castle, and Spirited Away.

If you have a VR gear at home, you can head over to Panda Fire’s website to download the VR tour and experience walking around in Studio Ghibli’s world yourself.

Source: Fire Panda

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