Ghost in the shell a Japanese seinen manga( youth comic) series sequel written and illustrated by Masamune Shirow, the most awaited Ghost in the shell VR experience released on March 31,2017. The manga, first serialized in 1989, the story of the fictional counter-cyber terrorist organization, led by protagonist Motoko Kusanagi, in the mid 21st century of Japan. The new movie with a live – action American science film of the same name has released on March 31, 2017. The live-action Ghost in the shell (2017) film starring Scarlett Johansson the new sensational 360 VR experience is already in theaters worldwide, created by VR studio Here Be Dragons, in collaboration with Oculus Studios, REWIND, DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures. The movie is plotted around a woman who has her brain placed in the cyborg to become the soldier. The film has been released in the United States on March 31, 2017, in 2D, 3D and IMAX 3D.
Computer technology has progressed to the level that many members of the public possess cyberbrains; it’s a technology where biological brains are interfaced with various networks. The level of cyberization varies from simple interfaces to almost complete replacement of the biological brain with cybernetic parts as in the case of severe trauma, where the line between humans and robots is becoming blurred. This can also be combined with various levels of prostheses (an artificial device used to replace a missing body part), with a full prosthetic body enabling a person to become a cyborg, whose physical abilities are extended beyond human limitations by mechanical elements built into the body.
The main character of Ghost in the shell, Major Motoko Kusanagi, is such a cyborg having had a terrible accident happen to her as a child. She was so badly injured that she ultimately required a full – body prosthesis to house her cyber brain. This high level of cyberization, which opens the brain up to attacks from highly skilled hackers. Both the movie and VR experience are based on the popular 1989 sci-fi manga that has had many incarnations over the past decades. It will take you on a journey where cybernetically enhanced protagonist, jumps and fly off a tall buildings, fighting with criminals, wearing a hip-hugging thermoptic flesh-colored superhero body camouflage suit. The new immersive Ghost in the Shell experience will be available on Oculus Rift and Gear VR headsets, while the 360 video will be available on Facebook with their 360 app. You can now watch the virtual reality embedded to the live-action adaptation which has been premiered yesterday it’s a heavy computer – generated movie with more body than brains, and more visuals than ideas. So, now just don’t hold your excitement and see what the Ghost in the shell VR has in store. Stay tuned with VR news for more details and do share your experiences.
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