Tribeca Film Fest To Release VR Films On Oculus Quest & Go After Coronavirus Cancellation

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15 VR short films scheduled to debut at Tribeca Immersive will be available later this month on standalone Oculus headsets. This includes 15 VR short films that will be making their debut as part of Tribeca Immersive’s Cinema360 lineup. Key Collaborator: Oculus VR for Good.

BBC Launches New VR Studio with Documentary about the Nile

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Explore the Nile in this immersive VR documentary released by the BBC’s new VR Hub. Currently, there is contention between Egypt and Ethiopia over the potential damming of the largest river in the world, the Nile River. In his new two-part immersive documentary, Leithead explains that Ethiopia wants to build Africa’s largest hydroelectric power station and one of the world’s largest dams to provide electricity to the country in desperate need, by damming the Nile.

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Tribeca Film Festival’s Cinema360 to Release Select Online Programming for Oculus TV and Oculus Quest This Month

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The event will still be providing select programming online including Tribeca Immersive’s Cinema360, with a range of virtual reality (VR) content being shown in partnership with Oculus. The 15 Tribeca Immersive Cinema360 films are: Tale of the Tibetan Nomad.

Weekend Downloads: New on Gear VR and Oculus Rift

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Weekend Downloads is part of our weekly update to bring you the latest additions to the Samsung Gear VR and Oculus Rift. Additionally, you’ll also be able to purchase or rent high-quality digital movies (US only) to enjoy in Oculus Video on Rift just as you have been able to on Gear VR. This Week’s New Gear VR and Oculus Rift Content (7/16/16). GAMES: Dirt Rally ( Oculus Rift – $59.99).

Is VR the Future of News?

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The film is in full immersive VR, is stereoscopic and features fully spatialised audio. Even while you’re taking in the beautiful sights and sounds as you fly above waterfalls, you’re made aware that this is where the world’s first war over water could be fought as a major new project – the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam – threatens to upset the balance of power between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan.

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