Update: The original video was marked as private. We have replaced it with our own hands-on.
The HTC Vive is one of the most advanced virtual reality headsets ever made, but it’s still only available for a select few. Last night VR took one more step into the mainstream with a pretty funny segment on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
You can watch Fallon play with the Vive in the video above. Instead of a video game, he tries Tilt Brush, a VR painting app that was acquired by Google last fall. It lets you draw in 3D space and jump between different environments like a winter storm and outer space.
Tilt Brush helps demonstrate the HTC Vive’s potential beyond video games. Oculus also created a similar app of its own called Medium, which lets you sculpt and paint a piece of virtual clay. Of course, gaming is still a big part of virtual reality, and both systems are expected to launch with multiple video game titles to choose from.
Fallon also tries out a few other gadgets with help from Joshua Topolsky, a former Bloomberg editor who appears on the Tonight Show regularly to show off new technology. HTC Vive pre-orders kick off on February 29, though we still don’t know how much the headset with cost.