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WATCH: Mother tearfully reunites with her deceased child in an augmented reality

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Feb. 10, 20 | 9:47 am

Photo credit: MBC Youtube account

A mother from South Korea had the chance to reunite with her deceased child through an augmented reality.

Jang Ji-sung had a tearful reunion with her daughter, who died of a rare incurable disease at the age of seven, in a special MBC documentary titled “I Met You”.

According to a report by Aju Daily, this was released last Feb. 6 and it had touched the hearts of many viewers in South Korea.

The video showed the reunion taking in a park with memories of Jang and her daughter Nayeon. She is Jang’s third child and passed away in 2016.

The production team has used VR technology to implement Nayeon’s face, body, and voice for eight months. The motion of a child model was recorded as motion capture and implemented on the monitor to reproduce the scene at a VR studio.

The mother burst into tears when her daughter ran with the cry of “Mom” in the video.

There was also a birthday scene where her Nayeon blew her candle and wished that she will no longer make her mother cry.

The video ended with the child turning into a white butterfly.

Jang said it was a very short time, but it was a very happy time for her.

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