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Google To Distribute VR Couch Gag With ‘The Simpsons’

Over the years, The Simpsons’ legendary couch gags have taken us through the history of time, into the future, and even into other TV shows. Now, the opening credits tradition of America’s favorite animated family is venturing into another new frontier: It’s heading to virtual reality. For the upcoming Treehouse of Horror episode of The Simpsons’s 28th season, Google Spotlight Stories will distribute a VR couch gag on iOS and Android devices.
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