Let’s Make a Deal turns into a VR show

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Since the inception of Let’s Make a Deal in 1963, the variety game show has transformed its content considerably over the years. And now the Wayne Brady hosted series is starting to break into virtual reality.

Pegged to Halloween on Tuesday, the show has revealed a series shot in 360-degree 3D video that introduces a method for fans at home to actually step foot inside the studio from the comfort of their homes.

Talking of the newest addition of the show, producer Jersey Feimster says, “It is a virtual reality experience as the host of Let’s Make a Deal. Viewers can step into Wayne Brady’s shoes and get a 3D perspective of being the host of the show. This is an opportunity for Let’s Make a Deal to use new technology to engage with our home audience. They’ll feel like they’re stepping right onto the Let’s Make a Deal stage without even leaving their home.”