David Lynch and Showtime Are Creating a Virtual Reality Experience for Twin Peaks

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David Lynch wants to bring Twin Peaks viewers into his imaginary world via virtual reality.

Last weekend in downtown Los Angeles, Showtime previewed its first Twin Peaks VR experience, which will be available for fans to buy on Steam for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift sometime in 2019. The demo, on display at the Festival of Disruption—a two-day event curated by Lynch where art, music and meditation intersect—immersed viewers into key scenes of the show. However, the full experience will eventually be a one-hour production created by Showtime and Collider,

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