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The art of dying in virtual reality

The most scary thing I have ever tried in virtual reality was a ski jump. Whauw, that felt so real. Virtual reality is an amazing tool for exploring your phobias, but the technology can also be used for many other things. The hyper focus of the VR headsets can be very useful for exploring meditation and altered […]

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Jungle Confessions: “I love the crazy mix of reggae bass and sound effects”

Whohooo, it’s time for an energetic Q&A with the one and only Dj 2000F aka Frederik Birket-Smith aka dj Zoooooooof aka Jungle Professor Birkvit-Smith aka Frederick, original junglist, sound effect enthusiast and head of the Strøm festival. 2000F is a bit of a story teller, so let’s dive right in. You have 20000 words and […]

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Blasts from the Past: Distorted Afternoons

You might remember the collection of blasts from the past on day 6 of JUngLEkalenderen, focusing on the Pirate Party Pack boat party on the 4th of June 2006 – Blasts from the Past: Pirate Party Pack. This all took place during the 2006 edition of the Distortion festival. Which means that the weekend was, to no […]

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Jungle Confessions: “I had to stay on the dancefloor until the very end”

Whohooo, this is gonna be fun. It’s time for a Q&A with Sofus the Amazing Shape-Shifter! Sofus is many things, so I will let the pictures and my comments speak for themselves and get right on with it. You will love this. I do. When did you become a junglist? It was at Nis’ party […]

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How to be a Junglist: The Hand Horn Special

Today’s post is dedicated to Kristobal, boss manager at the venue Pumpehuset in Copenhagen. The hardworking people at the popular venue has just managed to land an awesome deal with Københavns Kommune which means that the venue in its current form (which is top form and still evolving) is safe and sound all the way […]

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Jungle Confessions: “It’s against all odds, and it’s fabulous”

It’s the 4th day of the Jungle calendar, and it belongs to the one and only dj Drop – born on April 4th so a real 4/4 kind of guy. Drop ran the monthly DNBZone club nights in Copenhagen from 2005 to 2009, booking everything and everyone from Future Prophecies and Rolodex to Vicious Circle, […]

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Hunting zombies in the second-oldest amusement park in the world

Tivoli in Copenhagen has launched an augmented reality game for their Halloween-themed autumn season. You are attacked by hordes of zombies between the carousels and joyrides of the old amusement park. It’s a lot more fun than Pokémon Go – and playable until November 6th. My review (in Danish) here: Tivolis nye forlystelse kan kun prøves via […]

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What happens to your brain, your body and your neighbourhood when you play Pokémon Go?

What’s going on with Pokémon Go? Why does everyone love it, kids and parents alike? What happpens to your brain while you’re playing? What’s the connection with CIA? Why is it happening now? Should you be worried or thrilled? I have written an article about the phenomenon in Jyllands-Posten – google translate here: Sensationally popular pocket […]

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Blasts from the Past: RAW 2006

The longing for warmer and longer days continues. Let’s travel back to somewhere warm. We’re going to RAW 2006. And where did you see this dress before? Yes: In Blasts from the Past: Jungle Bells 2006 where it was finally revealed that some serious time travelling is indeed going on. And this dress was the final […]

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Jungle Feelings: The Love and Kisses Special Round III

As pointed out in The 7 Best Things about being a Raver, there’s a whole lot of hugging and kissing going amongst junglists and kindred spirits. This is closely connected with the Endless Enthusiasm superpower, which grants you direct access to all your warmest feelings and propels you into one Magic Raver Hug after another. […]

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