Rare are the utopian projects that are arriving to register in the system they are questioning. Through the cinema and a new technology – virtual reality – Wild Immersion suits perfectly his ecological approach to the Twenty-first century. Faithful to a plan of development flash, the concept has just been set up in two rooms Pathé in paris, Beaugrenelle (Fifteenth) and la Villette (Xix), before being proposed to the jardin d’acclimatation.
Here, there is no need of dark rooms. The VR helmet replaces the big screen. In salons that have a score of chairs, the viewer is dropped to 360 degrees in the ocean depths, to follow a couple of sharks. Mild dizziness. Whether on the ice, to tickle the penguins, or stashed in the savanna, under the neck of a giraffe, sniffed by a lion, the immersion is total. And the result is impressive.
“This is the first virtual reserve of the world. I want to teleport the city dweller by nature, he bring the wild beauty, and the wonder that it protects”
“It is the first virtual reserve in the world, boasts Adrien Moisson, at the initiative of the project. I …
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