The Other Dakar
In this dreamlike 360º film, we follow a girl in her journey through “The other Daka”, a place where artists hold the secret wonders…
September 1955 is a room-scale, interactive VR experience which puts the viewer in the midst of the Istanbul pogrom of September 6-7 1955.
The first 360 video documentary by The New York Times explores the global refugee crisis through the stories of three children.
DeathTolls Experience visualizes the casualties of terrorism, refugee crisis and Syrian civil war, in an impactful virtual reality journey.
Zero Days VR
Zero Days VR places audiences inside the invisible world of computer viruses and allows them to experience and understand the high stakes…
NeuroSpeculative AfroFeminism combines emerging technology, fantasy, and art to create a dazzling vision of the future.
In the Eyes of the Animal
In the Eyes of the Animal challenges our human-centric reality by turning users into forest animals.
6x9 is an immersive journalism piece that simulates the conditions of solitary confinement and its impact on prisoners.
Ebola Outbreak: A Virtual Journey
In this immersive virtual reality documentary, the viewer is given a 360° perspective of the worst Ebola outbreak on record
This VR film brings audiences into the world of indigenous elder Nyarri Morgan and the Martu tribe of Australia, exploring issues of environmental…
Hunger in Los Angeles
Hunger in Los Angeles is a virtual reality film recreating an eyewitness account of an emergency at a Los Angeles food bank.
VICE News VR: Millions March
This virtual reality newscast places viewers at a protest against police violence in New York.
A cinematic virtual reality observational journey that bears witness to the lives of nomadic yak herders in Mongolia.