Dress up in Chanel and waltz in a Parisian ballroom with this VR experience in Singapore

With the built-in room-scale VR, participants will be able to watch their virtual hands and legs move as their physical ones do while they dance in a grand ballroom, travel across a lake on a boat and attend a garden party. 

This is unlike most VR applications, which only allow users to engage with the virtual surroundings while remaining stationary in reality.

Through WiFi streaming, Le Bal de Paris de Blanca Li also allows 10 people to interact with one another as they simultaneously bask in the VR experience. And with music and audio playing from the VR headset, the audience can fully immerse themselves in the show.