Our team went to London to install the VR Sync software and to prepare the National Youth Theatre team for the production. Along with helping with the setup of VR-Sync on the headset we also spent time teaching the team at the National Youth Theatre how to run the show without our on-site help.
The virtual reality section of the production took place after a break. When visitors returned from the short interval, they were greeted with a Lenovo Mirage VR headset already set up and ready to go.
The production ran for thirty days, with a maximum of two shows a day, without any problems. This was the first time this amount of VR-headsets were used during a theatre show. The implementation of VR in theatres can take some time to get used to, but it added an enriching aspect to the show never seen before.
Reviewers described the production as visually impressive and expect VR to be a powerful part of future shows. Members of the audience found the VR section of the show exceptionally cool and found the innovative dimension to the show genuinely impressive