For $20, users can hang out in an alien zoo, in the ocean or on an "Indiana Jones"-style adventure
Since the first Dreamscape Immersive storefront opened at a Los Angeles-area mall a month ago, showtimes have sold out. Dreamscape prefers to call them "departure times."
The Westfield Century City mall location is Dreamscape's first foray into a theatrical-like virtual reality experience, and the company plans to expand in the first half of 2019. Its lobby -- Dreamscape calls it a "departure lounge" -- occupies a space with no special advertising beyond social media and word of mouth.
Dreamscape hopes the buzz will only grow as investors like Steven Spielberg, Hollywood studios and other filmmakers continue to support Dreamscape'...
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