Raising a Ruckus Monoscopic
Come along for the ride on a thrilling adventure into a breathtaking new reality in this exclusive trailer. Amy and Jonas are twins living a perfectly ordinary life, until an extraordinary dog named Rukus shows up in their backyard and leads them on an exhilarating rollercoaster journey through an awe-inspiring prehistoric world. Run from stampeding dinosaurs, brave a raging river – and be there to discover it was all part of a magical plan. Thoughtful storytelling, cutting edge technology, and unlimited imagination combine in this groundbreaking animated adventure for an entertainment experience the whole family can enjoy. From Academy Award winner Robert Stromberg (Avatar, Alice in Wonderland, Maleficent) and The Virtual Reality Company - the full experience is now available from the Oculus store for Samsung Gear VR, and at the IMAX VR Experience Centre.
by Time Inc
6 months ago
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