Picture yourself moving to a city in another country. How will you find a place to live? Traditionally you would take a trip there to pick out a place, but there are now alternatives that don’t require you to leave.
As a teacher, how would you inspire & teach with limited budget and equipment? Imagine being able to show your students things hidden from the naked eye, such as the inside of a body.
Virtual Reality (VR) is redefining the physical and financial constraints that we face in the real world. In recent years, the media has showcased how VR is drastically changing the world of entertainment – allowing us to have an entirely new way to tell and experience stories, through film and gaming.
VR has much more to offer, however, as it eliminates physical limitations and allows us to immerse ourselves in new environments, both realistic and fictional. With this comes the inevitable disruption of some major industries – such as education, automotive, and real estate.
The Interactive VR Lab explored some examples of this innovation being applied in ways that may pave the future of education, entertainment, automotive, real estate and, of course, storytelling. Curated by Matt Di Paola (Head of Innovation at Sid Lee), our Innovation VR Lab went beyond the hype of gaming, offering participants the opportunity to dive “head first” into each of these experiences.
This experience is an adrenaline rush in full stereoscopic live-action, shot in 4K at 60fps using a proprietary technique that is gives an unmatched level of realism.
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