The International Virtual Reality Festival in Toronto will return next month

When it comes to specialised festivals and events of virtual (VR) and augmented reality (AR), the festival of international virtual and supplemented reality stories (FARS) in Toronto is one of the most unusual. Now for the fourth time, FARS returns the following month, and thus marks the launch of the newly renovated and saved historic ballroom Matador.

The Ballroom Matador took on performances from Johnny Cash to Leonard Cohen in his 100-year history. Now he will take the latest in exciting entertainment.

"When I walked in, owner Paul McGahee, the master of Tai Chi, said" look what happens when you enter this space, how it opens up, like Kubrick's film. " I said "you will like our festival, because it's about how to tell a story in space. This environment allows you to feel the size, intimacy and intimacy, "- says founder and CEO of FARS Keram Maliki-Sanchez, musician, actor and expert VR in the statement.

The three-day event will feature dozens of exciting stories from around the world: Asia, North and South America, Africa, Australia, the Middle East and Europe, with over 30 parts having their world, Canadian or Toronto premieres. Within two hours, festival visitors will be able to view holograms, projections and multiplayer synchronised playback.

The festival will be held from 14 to 16 September 2018, for more information go to the official site .

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