During the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, the Oculus House had an event for their VR for Good initiative, described as “helping nonprofits and rising filmmakers bring a variety of social missions to life.” Oculus awarded 10 non-profits a $40,000 grant and matched them with VR filmmakers to make a short film related to their community and cause.
One of the films, Rise Above, was for the non-profit Womankind (formerly New York Asian Women’s Center) highlighting a young girl’s recovery from sexual abuse and the support and therapy she received from New York City’s Womankind.… Continue Reading
20th Century Fox’s talks about the potential of virtual reality at CES 2017. He believes it will take off as a next-generation medium because it allows interactivity and the ability to move around in space.… Continue Reading
The most awesome press conference ever! Watch a simulated gun battle play out on the back lot of Warner Bros. while shooting the scene with the just announced DJI Inspire 2 drone. Captured live by Barry Goch.… Continue Reading
Steve Taylor, creative director at LA’s Digital Spatula, walks us through their production and post workflows.… Continue Reading
Silverdraft’s Steve Bannerman showing the Devil’s Advocate for the first time.… Continue Reading
Alex Grossman from Quantum talks about the recently released Xcellis.… Continue Reading
Barry Goch shows us the new Viewfinder for Blackmagic’s Ursa camera.… Continue Reading