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The OASIS Immersion Experience Just Opened In Montreal & It's Trippy AF (VIDEO)

Escape this hellish reality with 105 laser projectors and 119 surround sound speakers.
The OASIS Immersion Experience Just Opened In Montreal & It's Trippy AF (VIDEO)

The first edition of Montreal's OASIS Immersion experience opened at Palais des congrès on February 25 — and it's the perfect weekend escape from Quebec's current COVID-19 reality.

The premiere exhibition is called Inspirations, a look through the lens of Quebec's creative talent. It uses 105 laser projectors and 119 surround sound speakers "to both enthrall and invigorate you," says the website

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The first immersion room provides context on OASIS Immersion and the universe its creators put together.

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In the second room, dubbed "The Teleporter," you'll be surrounded by different architectural wonders and discoveries around the world.

Izabelle Bee | Narcity Quebec

In the third and largest room — "The Panorama" — you'll plunge into the stories of people, ideas and places.

Izabelle Bee | Narcity Québec

The immersive spaces can often feel like they transport you from one psychedelic dimension to the next, but their contents never lack substance and always seek to educate.

Izabelle Bee | Narcity Quebec

You'll find yourself moved by moments that shook the world this year — including Black Lives Matter protests — and conversations with pianist Alexandra Stréliski, as well as astronaut David Saint-Jacques.

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The lounge space at the end of the exhibition is currently closed, according to Narcity Québec.

However, OASIS Immersion told Narcity Québec the exhibition is here to stay and will change themes every six months.  

OASIS Immersion

Price: $25 for adults and $20 for students, seniors and children

When: Every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (Last visits start at 5:40 p.m. during curfew)

Address: Palais des Congrès - 1001, place Jean-Paul-Riopelle

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