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.
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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