Transport Yourself To 1969 With This AR Experience For "Once Upon A Time in... Hollywood"
Quentin Tarantino's 9th film "Once Upon a Time in... Hollywood" transports audiences to 1969 Los Angeles. By now you probably have seen a trailer or a billboard that captures the sights, sounds, and styles of the era. Well, here's a new way for you to tap into the film before it opens in theaters tomorrow afternoon - an Augmented Reality and Interactive Video Experience.
You won't need to download an app or visit a pop-up museum. All you have to do to interact with "Once Upon a Time in 1969" is visit www.onceuponatimein1969.com . Once you're all set up, you can explore interactive videos and a map of Hollywood as it was in 1969.
Once Upon a Time ... In 1969 is an interactive video experience that immerses users in the events, places and people surrounding the world of Once Upon a Time ... In Hollywood. Starting with a video of Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth, users can deep dive into mini-documentaries that explore iconic moments from '60s-era Hollywood — everything from the countercultural revolution, to the '60s music scene and the rise of independent filmmaking. Navigate using an interactive map and click on hotspots to be transported to historic locations in a guided experience. Additionally, users can unlock bonus content by using the camera on their mobile device to scan key art from the film or by taking a photo of iconic locations around Los Angeles.
Users will get a better sense of Hollywood life in 1969. Here are some of the iconic sites available for you to venture through the experience:
- Cinerama Dome
- Musso & Frank's
- Comedy Store (Ciro's)
- The Whisky
- Griffith Park Observatory
- Bruin Westwood
- Gower Gulch
- Frolic Room
To get more information about this digitally guided tour, visit the website or follow "Once Upon a Time in... Hollywood" on social media @onceinhollywood. If you find yourself sharing something on your own profile, include #onceuponatimein1969 #onceuponatimeinhollywood to join other fans on social.