First interactive 3D film to debut in Australia

"I'm not frightened," says the fictionalised voice of Elisabeth Fritzl, the Austrian woman imprisoned by her father in a cellar for 24 years. In that time, she bore him seven children. It's too horrifying to imagine.

This true story is the basis of Scenario, an interactive 3D movie in which you battle computer-generated avatars controlled by artificial intelligence. The use of both 3D and AI is a world first, according to the film's makers.

At the University of New South Wales's iCinema Research Centre, I enter a 360-degree cinema with four people. Five eyes are projected onto the screen. "You must choose an eye otherwise you will not escape," says a haunting voice. From here, the games begin.