By Nicole Chettle
Don a headset and be immersed in another world
Virtual reality technology will feature at the festival for the first time this year, allowing viewers to enter Lewis Carroll’s fantasy world, or join professional dancers on stage.
Matt Ravier, programmer of the virtual reality hub at the festival, said it would challenge audience perceptions of reality.
“Virtual reality means 360-degree immersive environment that you enter by donning a headset, and by sound and image you’re completely immersed in another world,” Mr Ravier said.