• The Los Angeles based startup, with a super team of Hollywood talent, is in the process of raising about $23 million to leverage the many VR headsets that will begin to appear in early 2016 to bring VR cinema to consumers.
  • To imagine VR cinema, think of a modern video-game played with a VR headset like the Oculus Rift. The main features – 3D immersion, interactivity and multiple storylines triggered by the player’s action – are still there in VR cinema. The difference is that you don’t slay monsters to level-up your character, but just enjoy the story told by the filmmakers.
  • VRC wants to create the world’s best VR experiences by combining the best in technology, art and storytelling. Spielberg is slated to direct a film adaptation of Ernest Cline’s cult VR novel Ready Player One.

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