I watched the documentary, Flying With Monsters in the Omni Theatre some time ago with my friends. It was exciting at fist, sitting in a 3 dimensional dome. The screen reaches all the way to the ceiling, allowing me to feel immersed into the scenes.
However, the excitement lasted about 5 minutes for me. My neck started achine as it was painful to look up and try to capture the scenes above the head. It also caused me to miss out on whats happening lower. And the documentary was a tad boring. Honestly, I'd rather have used the $10 to pay for a normal movie instead!
The concept and idea of the omni theatre was extremely enticing, but the whole experience was terrible. This place is definitely not suitable for those who have severe motion sickness like me. It started out alright but when there were some spinning and fast-moving scenes, I started feeling dizzy and nauseas. The 'sphere' screen above the seats are too neck-straining for first row visitors. Anyway, 30 minutes into the show, I could not hold it any longer and dashed out to the toilet to relief myself of the unbearable nausea. For the more adventurous, this is a good place to go.