Scifi mystery The Great C takes a step closer to feature film VR

The Great C - VR film

Variety reports that a significant trend in Cinematic VR is for the films to have longer running times, “with experiences slowly but surely approaching the VR equivalent of a feature film.”

A recent example is The Great C, an adaptation of a Philip K Dick short story, which runs for just over 30 minutes and includes 20 unique environments.

The film is notable but also how it uses many traditional filmmaking techniques, including long zooms and other forms of camera motion that are not often employed in VR.

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