2018 featured a fabulous array of Virtual Reality Experiences
“Dreams of Blue” explores what happens inside the “mind” of an Artificial Intelligence that becomes a Singularity, both self-conscious and self-aware, and reflects on the meaning of life on the basis of what she extrapolates from the Internet.
Your mission is to find and study an artefac, but during the expedition the unthinkable happens, and you are swept into a world full of sound and beauty.
Carriberrie was filmed across Australia and celebrates the depth and diversity of indigenous dance and song from the traditional to the contemporary.
In a dark expanse that could be the cosmos, we hear a voice: that of Arthur C. Clarke, whose face appears in the distance.
You and your friends are fantastical female warriors from different corners of the universe, banding together to battle evil with dance lasers in this epic journey of empowerment, all orchestrated by the song Chorus by Justice.
Thalu: Dreamtime Is Now is a groundbreaking, real-time virtual reality experience that transports audiences into the Dreamtime stories of the ancient Ngarluma people of North Western Australia.
Immersed in powerful visuals and sounds of nature, the time-lapse style narrative of this virtual reality piece is sure to conjure up feelings of nostalgia.
My Africa is a virtual reality journey to northern Kenya, where the futures of wildlife and people are intertwined.
BattleScar follows a year in the life of Lupe, a Puerto Rican-American living in late 1970’s New York City. The film utilises Lupe’s handwritten journal to guide us through her experiences spanning across the year 1978 as she meets Debbie, another runaway kid living in the city.