A Glitch in the Matrix
With “immersive media” taking content well beyond the TV screen, new technology is making virtual reality a reality.
With "immersive media" taking content well beyond the TV screen, new technology is attempting to move virtual reality towards something even closer to real life.
Whether it be a cave, an igloo or a theatre, virtual reality is getting the immersive experience, with sight, sound and smell.
Full 360-degree screens are now capable of taking audiences to a whole new place. The companies pioneering this technology are hoping it will be close to a literal experience.
In a specially designed room, images are projected in every angle, even on to the ceiling so that those viewing are drawn into the illusion more fully than just looking at a screen.
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