VR experience

The VR Experience allows participants to enjoy new modalities of presentation using virtual reality technology. It is presented on a VR headset that shows a virtual room with 3 screens on the walls for cinema and backstage viewing, as well as, the 3D avatars of the characters on the center stage.

3 screens / avatars


The VR Experience can be configured in two modalities depending on the kind of VR equipment.

  • 360 Cinematic VR

    This is the simplest configuration. The audience watches the presentation using a basic VR headset, such as the Google Cardboard. Participants view the scene from a fixed point with 360 degrees gaze rotation. The seats are allowed to rotate.

  • Immersive 3D VR (or Immersive Tracked VR)

    This is the most complete configuration. The participants use state-of-the-art equipment, such as the HTC Vive, that has position and rotation tracking. This setting allows a fully immersive and interactive experience.


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