The days suffered from watching 3D movies with those blurry glasses (a nightmare for those who wear glasses, like me) are numbered!
The IMAX 3d network of cinemas has just inaugurated its first complex dedicated to virtual reality films, replacing the giant screens with small glasses with a much more immersive user experience.
Onsite you can enjoy all the benefits of virtual reality (VR) without the need to have a PC with rugged hardware or a console.
The glass offered range from HTC Vibe ( which now works with iPhone ) and Starbreeze ‘s Star virtual reality (VR), located in enclosed spaces that simulate a movie theater, but with only one chair.
Details such as a vibrating jacket and a variety of controls promise to enrich the customer experience.
IMAX 3d is not the only network of cinemas interested in virtual reality technology, MK2 in France is also preparing similar spaces, to introduce the technology to those who do not have the financial conditions to have this kind of experience, for example in the Room of your house.
At the moment, the titles offered are scarce, involving games like Star Wars: Trials on Tatooine, Eagle Flight, and The Walk, but IMAX 3d is working on producing exclusive content.
At the moment, there are still no plans to launch in Brazil, but places like China, the United Kingdom, New York and California are already on the list.
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