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This High-Tech VR Show In NYC Is Like Stepping Into A Guided Lucid Dream

Justine Golata Justine Golata

This High-Tech VR Show In NYC Is Like Stepping Into A Guided Lucid Dream

Dream with your eyes open at Liminality, the new show by Museum of Future Experiences.

The Museum of Future Experiences (MoFE) is presenting storytelling in an entirely new and immersive way.

MoFE combines award-winning virtual reality pieces with stunning soundscapes on the city’s only permanent Ambisonic installation—which produces a “360-degree sphere of sound”—that will send you on a dream-like trip with their current show, Liminality.

Through three specially curated works of virtual reality and three hair-raising soundscapes, visitors will embark into the depths of the liminal realm where time and space are in a transitory state between uncertainty, chaos, and metamorphosis.

These aural and visual works tell spellbinding stories that will expand imaginations and explore new perspectives.

With surreal and thought-provoking themes centered around life, death, and the future of reality, visitors will be taken on a psychological ride, no chemicals required.

Featured VR pieces include:

  • Life-Giver: Created by Petter Lindblad & Alexander Rönnberg
  • Mind Palace: Written & directed by Carl Krause & Dominik Stockhausen Technical lead: Nikolai Maderthoner. Producer: Malte Stehr. Production company: Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg
  • Conscious Existence: Created by Marc Zimmerman

Up to 16 guests will partake in each seated session for an intimate show that will last 75 minutes without intermission. A VR headset must be worn for a portion of the experience.

Escape reality and open your mind to an emotional world of possibilities translated through groundbreaking technology. It’ll be an enlightening and provocative experience you won’t want to miss.

Grab your tickets now!

**Trigger warning: Liminality shows adult themes such as violence, sex, and death**

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