Sundance Film Festival is not going to happen this year because of the pandemic, but don’t you worry as creators are out with new ways to showcase their things to the audience. The folks at Disney have recently announced that they are going to offer an interactive short through NVIDIA’s GeForce Now– streaming service that focuses on games only. Any of the users can easily search for Baymax Dreams of Fred’s Glitch and can experience everything that focuses on the cast from Big Hero 6. We are very much sure that you must have guessed that Baymax is suffering from an adorable but destructive glitch creature. Therefore, with only a little help from Fed, it’s the duty of you to contain the threat and fix Baymax programming.
Throughout the short, you are going to meet so many markers that let you scrub away the glitch. These very quick feel time events- moments that stop the experience from becoming stale. According to Nvidia, they are a little complicated. All the elements are going to allow the audience to do more than just choose the path of the story, the company said through a blog post. Characters in the episode will respond positively and negatively depending on the speed and efficiency of participation.
If you’re intrigued, this is a short available on GeForce Now, go and try today only. The interactive portions are touch only and the experience is limited to iPhone and iPad via Safari. Therefore, this Disney-made experience was part of the New Frontier Alliance Showcase, at Sundance Festival. But due to the pandemic, the exhibition is being hosted inside a virtual destination that means it will be accessed through VR headsets only. Hence, to have the experience, you will need to fork out at least $25.