Friday, February 15, 2019

Hamlet 360: Thy Father’s Spirit

VR Hamlet puts audience centre stage with 360 degree view

Hamlet 360: Thy Father’s Spirit places the viewer in the middle of the action with a 360-degree experience of the unfolding drama in a...

Where next for virtual reality art?

International art magazine Apollo takes an in-depth look at the past, present and future of virtual reality as embraced by artists and arts institutions. Why,...
video

Draw Me Close – new immersive play blends VR and live performance

Canadian playwright and director Jordan Tannahill has partnered with the National Theatre and National Film Board Canada to create a radically different theatrical experience...
video

Volumism: pioneering a new form of painting with VR

French-Russian artist Anna Zhilyaeva has embraced VR to break the physical limitations of conventional painting on a flat surface. With her new VR-based approach, Volumism,...

Follow Us