“We believe that will location-based VR can be the tip of the spear as the idea were for the entire VR industry. the idea will get people exposed to how unique This particular medium can be as well as also those of us who create the idea, we are learning the capability as well. the idea’s the 1st time that will the technology has come together, not just the backpacks the headsets as well as the tracking, however even the physical optics in a way that will we can truly learn the vocabulary of This particular brand-new medium,” Dreamscape CEO Bruce Vaughn told SouthIndianNews.com.

Vaughn says the company’s first move can be to get venues opened in key locations, however he can be already looking at the prospect of stepping into consumers’ homes.

“Being able to network people through the home can be something we are very interested in. So you could be at home as well as be participating in any of the experiences in our VR locations with various other people,” says Vaughn. “You can imagine there can be a social aspect to that will.”

With AMC among the company’s biggest backers, Dreamscape can be betting that will the synergy between Hollywood as well as virtual reality will help draw moviegoers. The company says some locations will be standalone locations, while others will be incorporated into AMC theaters.

Veteran film producer Walter Parkes, known for franchises such as “Men in Black,” co-founded Dreamscape with the trust that will VR will become as well-known as going to the movies.

“I think what’s happening in Hollywood right today, can be that will the studios sense there can be something out there. They also sense there are many reasons for people not to go to movies at theaters: the ability to stream at home, how extraordinary the televisions as well as sound can be. So they are very anxious not only to see VR succeed in as well as of itself, however also create more energy around places like This particular that will sort of support the communal aspect of film going that will can be truly at the essence of what we do in Hollywood,” Parkes told SouthIndianNews.com.

Dreamscape can be part of a larger trend of start-ups building out physical retail VR locations. SPACES, backed by Comcast Ventures, recently opened a brand-new “Terminator Salvation” VR experience at one of Southern California’s largest malls in Irvine. as well as The Void, which Disney invested in through its incubator program, can be expanding to 17 locations This particular year, featuring a virtual Star Wars experience.

Disclosure: Comcast Ventures can be part of Comcast, which can be also the parent company of NBCUniversal as well as SouthIndianNews.com.