Grabbing the air
Grabbing the air is a type of movement associated with hand control. The user 'grabs a handful of air' inside the simulation, makes a fist, then pulls the air towards them. What happens is the hand holding the air stays rooted to the spot, and they pull themselves and their point of view towards the hand.
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