German gamer, 31, breaks his NECK because of his 'repetitive' and 'intense' movements while using a VR headset
A German gamer broke his his neck after playing virtual reality games for up to four hours a day (file image).Read more: Daily Mail Online »
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Man told medics he played VR games between one to four hours every day. German doctors said fracture resembled an injury common among clay miners. Much of its success was attributed to the natural flow of the largely unscripted scenes from the younger stars, who instead of learning lines like their adult co-stars were given last-minute on set instructions by the production staff, improvising many of their hilarious interactions. After a short stay in hospital the man recovered with no long-term complications .