If a movie theater is not easily accessible to you, you can enjoy one in your favorite room of the house. This is also true if you are always on the go – countless VR users say it’s a “next-level experience” when they break out their headset at an airport and watch a movie while waiting for their flight.
In VR, you can choose to have an entire screening room all to yourself. Empty seats all around you, with you sitting in the best position to follow the action onscreen. If you’re not a fan of that, you can easily organize group viewings with friends and family who are not close by. If all of you have a VR headset, you can log on at the same time and watch the same movie sitting next to each other in VR while actually being miles apart in real life.
In the same vein, you can also watch a movie in a room filled with strangers, just like in real life. Only in this case, the people around you are likely from different parts of the world, all interested in seeing the same movie you want to watch.
All of this can happen without you having to do much but put on your VR headset and sit back in your favorite spot. No frustrations about traffic or parking space or any type of distractions during the movie. Just you and the big screen, as it’s meant to be.