VR Animation

VR has been the latest and most exciting technology for the past few decades since the late 50s that has stirred up many forums, discussions and generated ideas. Especially with the multiple possibilities such as games, art and film.

history_of_vr_by_worldviz

What interests me about the latest development is the story building by Quill from Oculus Rift Story Studio. One of the short VR film narratives is titled Dear Angelica about a daughter recalling memories of her and her mother.

This technology is being trialed by many around the world and shared through the internet. Youtubers such as Draw with Jazza has been able to experiment using one of the first developed animation programmes for VR.

 

References

Bye, K., 2017. #477: Top 50 VR Storytelling Interviews + Oculus Story Studio Roundtable Discussion | Voices of VR Podcast. [Online]
Available at: http://voicesofvr.com/477-top-50-vr-storytelling-interviews-oculus-story-studio-roundtable-discussion/
[Accessed 11 August 2017].

Draw with Jazza, 2017. My First VR ANIMATION – StickDeath in Virtual Reality! (AnimVR). [Online]
Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-o1sV4xlqJQ
[Accessed 11 August 2017].

Freefly VR, 2017. The History of Virtual Reality – Timetravelling. [Online]
Available at: https://freeflyvr.com/time-travel-through-virtual-reality/
[Accessed 11 August 2017].

Freefly VR, 2017. The History of Virtual Reality | Freefly VR. [Online]
Available at: https://freeflyvr.com/history-of-virtual-reality/
[Accessed 11 August 2017].

VRgamer.no, 2017. Dear Angelica | Virtual Reality | Youtube. [Online]
Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wepdt31Fk0M
[Accessed 11 August 2017].

 

 

 

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