These eerie wanting VR movement chairs we took for a spin during Sundance are again once more, this time for a Mummy Day celebration in Hollywood over the weekend.
Impressed by the upcoming action-adventure film, Common Footage hosted The Mummy Day event at Hollywood & Highland. Open to most people and overlooking the principle event, a line of Voyager full-motion cinematic VR chairs have been setup to take friends on the zero gravity journey.
The Mummy Zero Gravity Stunt VR Expertise goes behind the scenes with Cruise and Wallis as they carry out the extreme Zero G stunt as seen in The Mummy. The VR experience is enhanced by Positron’s Voyager platform, that includes guided 360-degree movement management, head-tracked 3D audio and haptic integration—permitting you to experience the world of The Mummy in a completely new means.
“We’re thrilled to offer moviegoers a sneak peek at the future of the theatrical experience and a completely new level of immersion in VR storytelling with Voyager,” mentioned Jeffrey Travis, creator of the VR chair and CEO of know-how studio Positron. “The Mummy VR Zero Gravity Stunt Experience is truly a unique immersive VR experience that’s enhanced by Voyager’s revolutionary motion platform, allowing audiences to experience the world of The Mummy in a way they could only imagine.”
The star-studded event included The Mummy star Tom Cruise, who was joined on stage by fellow co-stars and director Alex Kurtzman to ask members to take pleasure in The Mummy VR Zero Gravity Stunt Expertise and The Mummy Escape Sport on the advanced.
The Mummy arrives in theaters, RealD 3D and IMAX 3D on June 9.