‘Mission Impossible’ Is Coming to Location-Based VR, Courtesy of Nomadic and VRWERX
Get ready to enter the world of “Mission Impossible,” thanks to virtual reality : VR game developer VRWERX has partnered with location-based VR startup Nomadic as well as Paramount on a new “Mission Impossible” VR experience custom-made for VR centers.
The experience will allow consumers to explore the world of the famous movie franchise with the help of backpack computers powering high-end VR headsets, allowing them to freely walk around without being tied down by wires. It will be set on a stage with physical cues, including walls, doors and other objects that participants can touch and manipulate.
“We’re excited to work with the fantastic Nomadic team to bring our Mission: Impossible VR to their revolutionary platform,” said VRWERX co-managing partner Alex Barder. “With Nomadic, we’ll not only enable the audience to be immersed in the ‘ Mission: Impossible ‘ world, they will also be able to touch and play inside of it, heightening their immersion to levels we’ve never seen before.”
“Introducing the Nomadic and VRWERX tactile ‘Mission: Impossible’ VR walk-around experience marks the next generation of location-based entertainment,” added Nomadic CEO Doug Griffin. “We’re thrilled to work with VRWERX and Paramount to bring this beloved franchise to a new form of entertainment.”
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