Is public space like a shopping mall can be friendly to people with autism spectrum? How does an autistic person pick up a visit to such a facility? You can find out about it, and even – after inserting virtual reality goggles – experience it with all your senses. In the VR Park in our Gallery (in the Mezzanine, next to the restaurant zone), the film “One Center – many optics” is available.
This is the first VR production in Poland, which allows you to maximize the optics of people with autism. The modern technique used in the project, giving a three-dimensional image of space, allows the viewers maximum connection with the perspective of autistic people. Until now, for “ordinary people”, the impressions of people from the autism spectrum have been a mystery, now everyone, although to a small extent, can hear, see and experience them. Thanks to VR recording, the viewers have the opportunity to look at the shopping gallery through the eyes of a teenager from the spectrum, bombarded with various stimuli – including light or cacophony of sounds. The guiding thought that accompanied the creation of the film is the understanding and acceptance of the autistic people who are usually unobvious to the environment, resulting from overloading with stimuli, through their personal experience.
You can “watch” the movie free of charge every Thursday and Saturday, between 10:00 and 11:00. It is also added free to any other movie watched in VR Park.