There are still many drawbacks to virtual reality technology in 2019. One of the bigger issues is the lack of haptic feedback and other sensory input. That situation may come to change, at least where Dreamscape is concerned. Their VR venture lets visitors interact with sensory input and set foot into a completely different world.
Multi-sensory VR Experiences are Crucial
The main selling point of virtual reality technology is the ability to transport users to a different world or reality. Unfortunately, that world doesn’t feel genuine, primarily because of the lack of sensory input. While visual and auditory perception can be altered, there is no other feedback for our senses to benefit from. Dreamscape acknowledges this problem and offers a very different unique experience.
The company specializes in multi-sensory VR experiences. Although customers pay a $20 fee, they will experience a whole new world like never before. By combining Hollywood movie settings with VR technology, a very unique experience can be created in the process. The company positions itself as a “travel agency taking visitors on adventures transcending space, time, and dimension”.
One of the strengths of the company is its experience in building theme parks. Combined with Hollywood storytelling and immersive technology, it makes for an unrivaled user experience. The company tracks the user’s full body motions which are rendered as a virtual avatar. This allows for unique interaction options and unparalleled immersion.
Blurring the line between the physical and virtual world is no easy feat. However, their use of multiple sensors and a VR headset seems to get a lot of customers excited. Clients also wear a backpack, which contains the VR equipment necessary to enter a virtual world. Up to six clients can partake in the company’s 10-minute experience at one given time. More content will be produced over the coming months to cater to as many different groups of users as possible.
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