The actual 3D is on the theatre.
It’s an immersive play in which you walk through the set (stage) and you choose what story/character to follow.
The narrative itself wasn’t that appealing, but, for me, the most interesting thing began when I chose to follow one secondary character. The silent interaction that arose from the voyeuristic atmosphere between you and the actor is something that I’ve never experienced before and it was interesting the feeling of knowing that you can affect the actor.
It’s a play based on a book with the same title that uses technology on the stage to tell a story about an autistic boy and the way he perceives the world around him.
The narrative is fragmented and the technology is used moderately in a way that doesn’t make you feel disconnected from the story/character, because they are almost the same, as the story is told from his point-of-view. And it’s an immersive experience in a different way.