Paving the way for Virtual Reality Performances
With many people getting used to the idea of Virtual Reality, the time has finally come to say that VR is not the future, it is the now! The concept has started to revolutionise after The Dutch National presented ‘Night Fall’, the first VR ballet performance of its kind. The show leads viewers into a completely different world, allowing them to become a part of the performance and experience ballet from a whole new perspective. Recently, The Royal Shakespeare Company have also shown great interest in the technology, as a new kind of storytelling, whilst the British Theatre Company have plans to develop VR in their performance of ‘The Tempest’. The future of VR is very bright, and we are eager to see the technology grow and find its way into performances at events.