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Anime Is Coming To Bigscreen VR

Anime Is Coming To Bigscreen VR

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Bigscreen has announced a partnership with Funimation to showcase some of their anime collection in virtual reality.

Bigscreen has been a platform used by many VR users to access videos and movies on a gigantic screen in the virtual space. The company has raised lots of capital and partnered up with some Hollywood studios to ramp up their demand.

Now with a partnership with Funimation, the company looks to capture a new set of audience to hopefully boost their viewership and membership.

“Starting in May with Makoto Shinkai’s masterwork love story, Your Name., Funimation anime in virtual reality will be the perfect way to relive some of your favorite movie experiences. And yes, you will cry.,” said Funimation in their blog post.

Starting in May, here are some of the shows and movies that you can attend in Bigscreen.

May Dates

Your Name. – May 1-3

My Hero Academia: Two Heroes – May 8-10

Akira – May 15-17

The Girl Who Leapt Through Time – May 21 – 24

The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya – May 29-31

Movies on demand on Big Screen

  1. Your Name
  2. Planetarian: Storyteller of the Stars
  3. The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya Movie
  4. The Girl Who Leapt Through Time
  5. Steins Gate Movie
  6. Strike Witches Movie
  7. Fairy Tail Dragon Cry Movie
  8. Fairy Tail the Movie: Phoenix Priestess
  9. Ghost in the Shell: The New Movie
  10. Akira
  11. Attack on Titan Part 1
  12. Attack on Titan Part 2
  13. Shin Godzilla
  14. I Am A Hero
  15. Parasyte Part 1
  16. Parasyte Part 2
  17. My Hero Academia: Two Heroes
  18. Boy and the Beast
  19. Triguns Badland Rumble
  20. Death Note: Light Up the New World
  21. Death Note
  22. Death Note: The Last Name
  23. Psycho-Pass: The Movie
  24. Eden of the East: Air Communication
  25. Eden of the East: King of Eden
  26. Eden of the East: Paradise Lost
  27. Assassination Classroom The Movie: 365 Days’ Time
  28. Garo: Divine Flame
  29. Black Butler: Book of the Atlantic
  30. Sword of the Stranger
  31. The School Idol Movie: Over the Rainbow

For classic catalog films, a ticket will cost $3.99, more recent anime releases will run $5.99, and brand new release films will be $14.99. What are your thoughts?

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