VR movies are coming, whether you like it or not, but they might be making a splash much sooner than most thought. The Sundance Film Festival has teased that nine of the 13 'New Frontier' art installations at its upcoming event next year will be using VR technology.
One of which is Perspective; Chapter 1: The Party, which gives you a very personal look at the trauma of a social encounter from both perspectives, while another one dubbed 'Kaiju Fury' throws you right into the heat of a battle between monsters who try to destroy an entire city. There are other projects will want to immerse you even further, pulling your emotional strings, such as Project Syria.
Project Syria recreates the scenes from the country, currently in turmoil, where you can explore them all on your own terms.
Last updated: Aug 21, 2015 at 02:16 am CDT
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