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Just Added: World Premiere
Queen + Adam Lambert VR Piece

Tribeca is excited to share that the World Premiere virtual reality experience, VR THE CHAMPIONS, from the legendary English rock band QUEEN + Adam Lambert has been added to the Tribeca Virtual Reality Arcade at Westfield World Trade Center.  The band’s first live-concert VR experience was shot in 3D VR in front of an audience of 15,000 fans live in Barcelona in May 2016 and features performances of Radio Ga Ga, We Will Rock You, and We Are the Champions.

Join us at the Tribeca Virtual Arcade during the final weekend, November 18 – November 20 (12pm – 8pm) to see VR THE CHAMPIONS and more pieces from the world’s leading creators!
Come join Tribeca at Westfield World Trade Center!

VR The Champions
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 12-8PM
NOVEMBER 18-20
Vr The Champions is the title of QUEEN + Adam Lambert’s first live-concert film in virtual reality. This unique VR film gives the viewer a concert experience like no other. The film offers everything from front row access to the ultimate on-stage experience together with the band. Captured in flying 3D-360 the viewer is taken on a unforgettable journey hovering above the audience and flying along side Queen guitarist Brian May, Queen drummer Roger Taylor, and lead singer Adam Lambert, performing on the grand stage of Barcelona’s Palau St. Jordi. Offering the complete experience of heightened reality, this film is captured in 3D and delivered with ambisonic audio to make this concert even more virtually real than you could ever imagine. Featured tracks: Radio Ga Ga We Will Rock You We Are The Champions
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Invasion!
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 12-8PM
NOVEMBER 18-20
Created by Baobab Studios: From Eric Darnell (Antz, Madagascar) this interactive animated VR experience narrated by Ethan Hawke follows menacing aliens with vastly superior technology who come to claim the Earth and destroy anyone in their way.  Despite incredible odds, Earth's citizens rise up and defeat the evil aliens.  Surprisingly, these Earthly citizens are not humans but a pair of the cutest, meekest and cuddliest creatures of our planet—two fluffy white bunnies.
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Invisible
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 12-8PM
NOVEMBER 18-20
Episode 2, created by Doug Liman, 30 Ninjas, Jaunt VR, Samsung VR, and Condé Nast Entertainment: Visionary director Doug Liman’s (The Bourne Identity, Edge of Tomorrow) Invisible is a virtual reality supernatural drama about an old New York family, the Ashlands, whose tentacles reach into the largest corporations and governments in the world. Although they control a large portion of the world’s economy, they exist in relative ambiguity. With a unique genetic ability, they move unseen and unknown…until now.
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KÀ The Battle Within
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 12-8PM
NOVEMBER 18-20
Created by François Blouin, Félix Lajeunesse & Paul Raphaël: Cirque du Soleil's first-ever linear narrative production, KÀ The Battle Within, is a gravity-defying VR saga of heroism and martial arts. Two rival clans from an ancient and mythical world confront one another in a furious clash of vertiginous acrobatics and breathtaking combat. The very fabric of reality is transcended, as the physical world is broken into horizontal and vertical choreographies. KÀ The Battle Within pushes the narrative and experiential boundaries of the universe of KÀ, the colossal theatrical production by Cirque du Soleil, to epic new heights.
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OneRepublic ‘Kids’
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 12-8PM
NOVEMBER 18-20
Created by Hal Kirkland and Moving Picture Company along with Here Be Dragons: KIDS is a fully immersive virtual reality experience and the newest single off of multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated OneRepublic’s new album Oh My My. It follows two teenagers, a boy and girl, who live across the street from one another in the city and witness to each other’s lives through their windows. It was captured in a single take with the Nokia OZO.
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