Experience virtual reality in your lunch break–or before your bus home!
Ever wanted to fly a car through dystopian Los Angeles? Or come face-to-face with a Demogorgon on the set of Stranger Things? Maybe you’d prefer to free-climb El Capitan, or dive down into the Mariana Trench?
All these things are possible at our fantastic – and free! – virtual reality experience. Bookings are essential as space is limited.
Thursday 16 and Friday 17 May
Committee Room Two (Ground Floor, next to Citizens’ Advice Bureau)
101 Wakefield Street
(Wellington City Council building)
Each session is 20 minutes and multiple slots are available in each session.
If you have any other questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. And for a sneak peek at what’s available, check out our previews of some of the VR experiences below!
Selected Available Experiences
Blade Runner 2049: Replicant Pursuit
“When a rogue replicant kills two people it’s up to you, a Blade Runner, to run him down. Experience the vast cityscape of Los Angeles in the year 2049 from the skies as you pilot your spinner in a thrilling chase set in the Blade Runner universe.”
“Coco VR is Pixar’s stunning debut into virtual reality: an adventure into the beautiful Disney-Pixar film, Coco. You can choose either a single or multi-player experience, and follow the magical alebrije into the luminous world of Coco filled with lovable characters and beautiful settings from the film.”
National Geographic: Free Solo
“Immerse yourself in the experience of free solo climbing Yosemite’s famous El Capitan alongside Alex Honnold in this breathtaking 360 video.”
Face Your Fears
“Face Your Fears will scare you, creep you out, or cause your jaw to drop in awe and amazement. Try looking around, looking up, looking behind you. You never know what’s lurking in the dark. Share the experience with your friends! It’s even more fun to watch them scream and jump!”
“theBlu is a deeply immersive VR series that allows audiences to experience the wonder and majesty of the ocean through different habitats and come face to face with some of the most awe inspiring species on the planet.”