Spheres, virtual reality series with a backed space-theme, is set to be available for public viewing. The date when Darren Aronofsky’s series will start is January 18, 2019. The debut will take place at the Rockefeller Center in New York City and it will be a VR experience viewed through Oculus Rift headsets.
The great news is that there will be screenings every day until March 3. The virtual reality series consists of three 15-minute chapters. These chapters were already shown at various film festivals throughout 2018.
The first chapter, called Chorus of the Cosmos, is narrated by Millie Bobby Brown and was originally shown at the Venice Film Festival. The second chapter, called Songs of Spacetime, is narrated by Jessica Chastain and was originally shown at the Sundance Film Festival. The singer and songwriter, Patti Smith, narrated the third chapter. This chapter was shown at the Tribeca Film Festival and it’s called Pale Blue Dot.
The writer and director of Spheres are Eliza McNitt. She recently shared her happiness for having Spheres at Rockefeller Center and making it available to the public. She is looking forward to this experience of taking everyone from NYC to the heart of a black hole.
SPHERES: Songs of Spacetime Trailer from Eliza McNitt on Vimeo.
Hence, if you want to be part of this virtual experience, you can get tickets as they’re already available. The tickets cost $50 each.