Virtual Reality Pictionary Comes to Life on Jimmy Fallon

Watch Jimmy Fallon Pit Celebrities Against Each Other in Virtual Reality Pictionary

Virtual reality Pictionary is exactly what it sounds like, and Jimmy Fallon has decided to bring it to his late-night TV show, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. It was only a matter of time before virtual reality games hit mainstream shows as quirky segments and, of course, Jimmy Fallon would be the one to do it. The new segment uses the HTC Vive and Tilt Brush, the room-scale, 3D virtual reality painting application created by Google. Watch Michael Che of Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update and Andrew Rannells of Girls paint their “masterpieces” in the next level of Pictionary!

The players selected random numbers and then had to draw what was listed for the number in Tilt Brush. The results are not only hilarious, they really show that virtual reality doesn’t have to be an isolated experience, it can also be a really fun social one!

Hopefully, this won’t be the last we see of Virtual Reality game shows. What do you think? Let us know in the comments below!