Cinema & Fiction

Hey, so you’ve all been checking out Obama’s 360 farewell’s speech on Youtube? Check out VR For Impact.

There are millions of untold stories in every crisis, especially on the front lines where much of our work takes place. HTC’s support of new ways to tell important stories, and help in shaping innovation for the UN’s sustainable development agenda, will build on the impact of our work and take it in new and exciting directions. — Corinne Woods, Director of Communication for the World Food Program.

How exciting! How exciting too to now be able to go to a VR Cinema?

Ok you need to be one of the lucky few, living in one of the cities having one. Look at Amsterdam leading the way, franchises are on the way! Which movies? Well, it’s started with content packages of about 35min of VR videos. But storytellers and creators are around the corner to deliver new experiences to the masses. General Assembly are in it starting in SF with VR Bootcamp and events with VR Storytelling 101. Virtual Reality Design Courses at Academy Xi in Sydney.

Moving on, Sundance 2017, here’s the top trend gathered for you by Wareable, watch for longer format and longer running series on strongly engaged topics. Looking forward to some hot reports from SXSW, where again VR Content will take a larger space than ever — catch up later March on this.

Between now & there, I will be back with more articles.

One last website to add to your list: Within >