As we put on VR goggles our brain adapts and believes the images and environments are real.
Hard as we might try to convince ourselves this is an illusion, our brain trusts our eyes.
A theatrical performance has always transported the audience into a new created reality. Combined with Virtual Reality, it lets the viewer fully immerse themselves in a truly theatrical experience.
VR gives an artist unlimited opportunities to create a multitude of possible and impossible worlds, to exist in unthinkable spaces, settings and times.
VR allows the audience to travel “inside” the play, to be a part of it, to be face to face with the characters and come out with an utterly different experience.