Dream high, that’s the name of the game for the upcoming VR cafe, which is launching today in Seattle.
It’s a 3D experience that lets you sit and watch a VR movie.
The cafe will run for a few days, then go on sale again for a discount.
You’ll pay $5 to visit and pay another $5 for coffee.
The virtual reality movie is called Dream High 2, and it’s a $6 experience that includes a VR headset, a movie and a coffee.
VR is all about immersion.
And the dream cafe is a way for you to be immersed in a VR experience, even if you’re not actually inside it.
I asked the creators of Dream High, which was built with Google Cardboard, whether there was anything about the experience that you didn’t like.
They said, “Well, I’ve never really used VR before.”
I think that’s a valid point.
But the real key is that it’s actually really immersive.
You can actually feel your body, which means you feel a lot more, you know?
You feel like you’re really in a real place.
And if you want to be a part of the experience, you need to be able to move around freely, so you can be a little bit in the background.
We’re really proud of the content that’s coming out of this cafe.
We want people to be in the moment.
And so, the experience is designed to be very interactive.
There’s a lot of interactive elements.
The whole thing is built with 3D in mind, which will allow for different angles of view.
It will also have a big view of the world around you, and that will be your view as well.
We really wanted to make sure that this is a great experience for all VR users.
The experience is going to be about three hours long.
The first three hours are really, really immersive, and the experience can be completed within that time.
There are so many different experiences that you can have, so that’s really going to help you to feel like this is the right experience for you.
But for a longer experience, it will take a little longer, too.
And it’s not like you can just sit there and go to sleep.
It really is going be like a long experience.
I think the experience will be really, very long, too, because you will be watching a movie in VR for several hours.
So it will really take a long time.
That’s really the goal of the VR experience.
We know there are a lot [of people] who are going to want to try it out.
There will be people who are interested in having a VR-like experience.
But I think, for the most part, it’s going to just be people trying it out, and for people who want to really experience it, there’s a good chance that you will want to see it.
The people who buy the cafe will be invited to try the VR version, and they’ll be able buy the experience themselves.
I don’t think it’s realistic to expect a long-term supply of VR products.
But if there is demand, then we’ll have to be responsive.
There has to be some demand.
If you want a VR version of Dream Cafe, you’ll have the option of trying the experience yourself.
And that’s where we want to make it.
We can really help people feel good about what they’re experiencing, so we’re really happy to support them and make sure they get the experience they want to experience.