A one of kind cinema is opening in Amsterdam on March 2nd: a permanent VR cinema.
Each ticket will cost around £10 and you'll be in seated in chairs that can turn a whole 360 degrees.
Amsterdam's VR cinema is using Samsung's Gear VR in conjunction with the Galaxy S6 to power your VR experience.
The weird part is that it's written nowhere what kind of experience or movie you'll see but I'm sure it's something tailor made for VR.
I must say that I'm a bit wary of those experiences as you'll likely get a lower resolution on such device. Plus, and this is one of the main problem of VR, it's sort of a solitary experience where going to the movies is mostly about sharing with others.
On the other hand though, it opens up new experiences that just couldn't be possible before thanks to the freedom of headtracking in VR. And you won't be so annoyed by bags of chips and cellphones I guess.
Apparently they want to open cinemas like this in London, Paris, Berlin, and Madrid. Is this something you'd be interested in? Do you think VR cinemas are here to stay?
Let me know what you think in the comments section below.