The San Diego Comic-Con has become a popular place for unveiling virtual reality (VR) experiences based on TV shows and films. The latest comes from FX Networks, announcing that its critically-acclaimed series, Legion, will be going down the mixed reality (MR) route with a 10-minute piece using both Microsoft HoloLens and live actors.
Titled Sessions: The Legion Mixed Reality Experience, attendees at the event will be able step into the head of main character David Haller, a troubled young man diagnosed as schizophrenic as a child, who uncovers the possibility that the voices he hears and the visions he sees may actually be real.
Fans will be able to interact with his world and test the boundaries of their own reality, able go through key scenes as seen in Legion season 1, and for the first time, get a sneak peek into season 2.
Produced by immersive studio HERE BE DRAGONS, the experience will be FX’s main feature at FXHibition 2017 held at the Hilton Bayfront Park in San Diego. For those interested in trying it out advanced reservations for Sessions: The Legion Mixed Reality Experience can be made at LegionSessions.com, beginning 17th July. For details and more information visit FXSDCC.com.
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