As we mentioned during our latest Round-Up episode, I was recently lucky enough to be able to attend a virtual reality Game Jam in London this past weekend where three different HTC Vive developer kits were used to create mini-gameplay experiences over a 36 hour period. The Playhub-hosted event was heavily supported by Valve and HTC, with representatives such as Chet Faliszek helping to organise the jam and the final "Show & Tell" segment on Monday evening. While the Show & Tell segment was mostly focused on the Game Jam titles, a lot of the attendees were far more focused on trying out the Aperture VR Demo originally previewed to developers and press back at GDC 2015. The demo was undeniably the highlight of the event, providing an incredibly immersive experience set right in the heart of the most highly detailed version of Aperture Science created thus far. Since it might be a while until most people get to experience the demo for themselves, we decided to record a full playthrough of the "game" and upload it to YouTube to show off just how game-changing the HTC Vive's technology may be. The video linked below features a full playthrough of the Aperture VR Demo complete with play-by-play commentary explaining more about the Playhubs event while running through exactly what the player is seeing and hearing. The video linked at the bottom of this article also features a full playthrough of the demo, except this time with no commentary at all. With Commentary Without Commentary Given these videos are the first on YouTube to show the Aperture VR Demo in its entirety, we would really appreciate it if you could share this video with your friends, to subscribe to our YouTube channel, and to check out our previous content! Thanks for watching.