Watching killer whales cavort, leap and swim has long been the hallmark of a visit to SeaWorld, but now the San Diego park is taking visitors right into the water with the huge cetaceans — virtually.
DeepSee VR: Orca 360, which opened this month only at the San Diego park, is SeaWorld’s latest foray into virtual reality. The attraction relies on live-action, stereoscopic video that, SeaWorld boasts, has never been seen before and was created just for the virtual reality journey.
There is a $10 charge for the VR experience, on top of admission to the park. Advance reservations are required.
Up to 10 people at a time can be accommodated in a small room called the Simlab,...