The New Game of Thrones Experience in San Francisco is Rad!
If you follow me on Instagram (which you really should be doing) you’ll remember the really badass invitation I got from Jon Snow. Yeah, you know, just a little personal invite from the Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch/King of the North/Heir to the Iron Throne. No big deal.
The invitation came in this beautiful box and was accompanied by a Dragonglass dagger. And cleverly enough, the only way to open the box was to press the eyes of The Leaper (Magic Leap’s logo). I had to Jon Snow was asking me (!!!) to join him in helping defeat the White Walkers. When your king calls, you must answer. You can read the invite below:
For those wondering, Magic Leap is a spatial computing company that brings digital experiences into the world and beyond your screen. Where VR, cuts you off from the world around you, Magic Leap lets you experience your surroundings in an entirely new way. It transforms your reality into something that, before this, was only printed in a book, playing on a screen, or in your imagination.
And that’s exactly what The Dead Must Die experience was like. All I did was put on the Magic Leap glasses and suddenly the room I was in was augmented to include things that weren’t actually there. The controller in my hand became a torch, and the box at my feet rumbled and kicked like something was in there. The Dead Must Die brought me into the world of Game of Thrones in a way that wasn’t possible before. I went from being in the AT&T store to taking on The Army of The Dead in the surroundings of the dragon pit from SE07E07. It was epic!
Now while I may look a little funny in the photo above, I’m actually in the process of fucking shit up!
In fact, it actually looked a lot more like this:
What?? Did I just blow your mind? Did I sneak into your house and put Magic Leap glasses on you when you weren’t paying attention so you could see what I saw? Is any of this real? Looks like you’ll have to go try The Dead Must Die to find out.
Head down to the AT&T store at 1 Powell St. and see for yourself. The Dead Must Die runs until June 10th.