- By Debbie Emery
After a year-plus of very tedious reality, virtual reality mecca Dreamscape Immersive is back open in Century City to transport you to outer space, fantastic lands and underwater paradises. Located in the Westfield Mall, Dreamscape is the brainchild of film producer Walter Parkes, global live events producer Kevin Wall, co-founders of Artanim Caecilia Charbonnier and Sylvain Chagué, and entrepreneur and Ronald Menzel. Disney former head of Imagineering Bruce Vaughn is CEO, bringing the magic of the Mouse House to the latest VR technology. Guests are taken in small groups to a loading room where they’re fitted with VR head pieces and let loose in the virtual worlds of Alien Zoo, The Blu: Deep Rescue, Curse of the Lost Pearl and Dragons: Flight Academyenvironments. The subsequent full-roam adventure is the closest I’ve ever felt to reality while also being so far removed from it thanks to motion capture technology, full body mapping, virtual reality headsets, and real-life room-scale stage sets. After an extended break because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dreamscape is now ready to soar again after reopening last month. To ensure health and safety for everyone, guests can only take private adventures where they travel with their own trusted group — purchase two or more tickets per experience and the whole POD is all yours!
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