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Let us transport you to Los Angeles in 2049 via the Blade Runner experience that Comic-Con International attendees can enjoy in downtown San Diego.
The Blade Runner 2049 Experience begins like many others at Comic-Con: with a line. But the good thing is that they give you a handy bracelet that identifies you throughout the exhibit.
The VR experience is comes to life with Oculus and a very cool seat that makes it super immersive.
Roger Cheng was ready to enter the world of "Blade Runner 2049," the upcoming movie.
The VR trip takes you on a chase through a futuristic LA in pursuit of a replicant. Once you take your Oculus headset off, you're transported to that future.
In the picture we see the car used in the chase.
A closer look at the car.
The ambiance was dark, foggy and rainy. Everyone we encountered was in character.
We also got to see some amazing props from both "Blade Runner" films.
Wallace Corp medical kits.
This eye scanner is used by officer K to identify replicants.
Props are from the new film, which will be released in October 2017.
One of the weapons we'll see in the upcoming film.
Rick Deckard uses these binoculars when he's hiding out.
A taste of the wardrobe we'll see in "Blade Runner 2049."
Roger Cheng gets a ride, 2049-style.
These cosplayers helped transport us to another world.
Roger was scanned because the police thought he might be a replicant. But we got proof that he's 100 percent human.
The cosplayers gave us a hint of what the film will look like.
And this amazing bar speaks for itself!
We met some CNET fans too!
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