A virtual reality attraction will be presented as a part of exhibition of Moscow’s major urban planning and infrastructure projects that will operate on 1–21 August in the Manege central exhibition hall. It gives a chance to look at the city from a bird’s-eye view and see how the capital of Russia has changed over the past decade. Visuals will be shown via VR helmets, dynamic chairs will create the feeling of steep turns, upside and downside movements, and the whole unusual experience will be complemented by wind effects.
Interactive installations with the full immersion effect, excursions, quests and master classes, play areas for children, and a food court will work for the guests as well.
Photo: Construction Department of Moscow
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