Pop-up VR cinema in SG from 23 - 25 May

The folks behind the world's very first VR Cinema in Amsterdam will be setting up a Pop-up VR Cinema at CommunicAsia, which will be held from 23 – 25 May. The cinema promises an immersive experience with a 20-30 minute package of three VR movies across different genres ranging from Animation to Horror. The best part: entry to the cinema is free when you register for a visitor* pass on CommunicAsia’s website!

Details for VR Cinema:
Visitors* must sign up for a visitor pass here for entry to CommunicAsia. Onsite registration is also required for the VR cinema.
Date: 23 – 25 May 2017
Venue: Level 5, Marina Bay Sands, Sands Expo and Convention Centre
Time: Every 15 mins from 11am – 5.30pm

*Business professionals only. The organiser reserves the right of refusal if the registrant is not a valid trade visitor.

Movie titles screened:



Do Not Push The Red Button (Animation, Kids)
In this funny animation, a little red creature is presented a red button… When he pushes it, a rube goldberg machine is set in motion, that shows a chain reaction of falling, rolling and flying objects all around you.



Inside The Chambers of Horrors (Horror)
In this horror short which reminds of the movie Saw, you find yourself on a chair in a creepy looking laundry room. When you look around, you’ll find that there is another victim in the room, lying on the floor with blood stained clothes. Also surrounding you is a television that broadcasts the image recorded by the camera standing behind you. While the light turns off and on, the other victim is being dragged away. Now, they are coming for you…


The Prospects (Sci-Fi)

In The Prospects, you travel through four different computer generated worlds that uncover the secrets of the world. The first world is symbolic for the hunger of humans for knowledge. The second world is the neutrino detector in which we keep pushing the limits to learn about the ultimate truths of the physical world. The third world represents the DNA and unlocking the secrets of life at an unprecedented speed. The fourth and last world stands for the cosmos. One significant motive for this endless pursuit is that we always hope that our deeper understanding of the natural world and ourselves will prepare us to find a new home in the vast Universe.




Paper Dreams (Music video, Animation)
Paper Dreams is a music video to the catchy song Paper Dreams by W.E.R.D. ft. Ysatis Hernandez. In different styles of animation, you’re being taken into several colourful worlds that are the dream of a man, falling asleep on his desk. In the end, you’re back in his room.


Born into Exile (Documentary)

The film follows two pregnant Syrian refugee women living in Zaatari refugee camp, Jordan, in the week leading up to the births of their babies. The film highlights the fact that 500 pregnant women and girls die daily in crisis situations because of complications in pregnancy and childbirth.




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