Man Spends 36 Hours Painting In VR Breaks Guinness World Record

Jack Mcnee, a Sydney-based Youtuber spent 36 hours playing VR game broke the world record for the longest videogame marathon on a virtual reality last April.

Mcnee played the “Tilt Brush”, a 3D painting program that lets players paint-life size masterpieces inside the virtual world.

He drew different cartoon characters including the Simpsons couch gag, Adventure Time and Pokemon.

Mcnee had given few bathroom breaks, but the gameplay continued for exactly 36 hours, 2 minutes and 16 seconds breaking the previous record from Georgie Barrat,a tech journalist who held 25 hours, 24 minutes and 18 seconds. Supportive friends hand-fed Mcnee pizza during the game marathon.

Aside from the title, Mcnee raised a total of $305 donations for The Reach Foundation, a local non-profit organization for youth.

Photo: youtube/vrdesigners

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