How Virtual Reality Will Supplant the Film-Going Experience
Technological change has happened increasingly quickly in the film industry. First sound, then Hollywood, then color. When the television set entered the culture, everyone predicted the end of the big screen. What happened instead were a series of innovations to the film-going experience itself. New York Times Chief Film Critic A.O. Scott discusses how virtual reality may change going to the movies, taking a community experience and creating a more individual revelry.