Wisdome is in the historic Arts District in downtown Los Angeles. (Courtesy Michael Leonard/ArcSpace) Los Angeles’ Wisdome puts 360-degree films in geodesic domes Wisdome is a new kind of venue. Set on 35,000 square feet in the historic Arts District in downtown Los Angeles, the facility is actually five geodesic domes that together provide an immersive art experience. It makes Wisdome “the world’s first immersive art park as far as we know,” according to board member and Chief Operating Officer Stephen Powers. “In essence we are a location-based virtual reality theme park.” There are five domes of different sizes, the largest running 90 feet in diameter. Guests sit in seats (VIP ticket buyers get reclining couches) or buy a general admission no-seat ticket. “We call it dancing room, not standing room,” Powers said. The venue has a capacity of 1,500; the largest dome holds 500 people. The content comprises short… Continue Reading A New Version of Immersion

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