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You can remote-control a real person in the Faroe Islands

You can remote-control a real person in the Faroe Islands

Ever needed to distant management an individual?

Well now you may, by sequence of distant excursions presently being carried out by the vacationer board of the Faroe Islands. You don’t even want an account. Just present up at their web site and click on on the little controller, they usually’ll stroll round whilst you see what they do.

I noticed the method for myself final evening. Is it cute? Is it creepy? Yes. Yes, it’s.

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The introductory video is disarmingly healthful, with director Guðrið Højgaard giving an appropriately solemn clarification of the background. The islands sensibly shut down on the 12th of March in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, and the nation is reportedly now freed from the virus.

But with worldwide journey nonetheless a horrible concept, the tourism board discovered itself in a little bit of a state proper firstly of the season. Rather than create extra conventional tour movies, they determined to reprogramme an individual’s mind for our amusement, in a horrible experiment that absolutely heralds the tragic last epoch of human society.

There are some high quality jumpers on show, thoughts.

You can remote-control a real person in the Faroe Islands

That’s not very good.

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