Dreamscape Immersive, the location based VR startup, today announced the public debut of a limited engagement VR experience called Alien Zoo. Now taking reservations at Westfield Century City, LA, California, the multiplayer experience will be open to the public for a single month.

Alien Zoo is an experience that accommodates up to 6 users on an extraterrestrial journey where, according to Dreamscape, you’ll witness a fictional assortment of the galaxy’s “most endangered species.” The experience, which Dreamscape says uses “an entirely new VR technology that engages all of your senses,” includes alien creatures such as Skyrays, Megaraffes, and Frogcats.

The experience is said to take 40 minutes. The set-up includes a light backpack, sensor-equipped gloves, shoe coverings, and a VR headset that can accommodate glasses.

Guests must be at least 48 inches tall and 10 years old, while guests under 13 must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets cost $20, and are now available for purchase until Alien Zoo’s limited run ends on March 2nd, 2018.

Dreamscape Immersive says they’ll be opening up to six VR centers in North America and the U.K., something that was announced along with the company’s Series B funding round that amounted $30 million – led by AMC.

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