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Viral Artist KAWS Unleashes Army Of AR Sculptures Across NYC, Tokyo, Tanzania


The post Viral Artist KAWS Unleashes Army Of AR Sculptures Across NYC, Tokyo, Tanzania appeared first on VRScout. Image Credit: KAWS, Acute Art). Or you could just flat-out buy one for a measly $10,000 via the official website (only 25 of these limited-edition 1.8m AR sculptures will be made available). Feature Image Credit: KAWS, Acute Art.

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National Geographic’s Award-Winning Jane Goodall Exhibit Features Human-Scale Holograms, 3D Immersive Theater


Composed of numerous hands-on multiscreen experiences, visitors are taken on a cutting-edge tour guiding them through Goodall’s extraordinary career, from her early years working in the Gombe Stream Reserve in Tanganyika (now Tanzania) to her current duties as a conservationist and community educator.

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GMA Takes Us Swimming With Sharks Live in 360°


Back on February 23, 2016, GMA anchor, Amy Robach did a live 360° broadcast from the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania, bringing viewers on a spectacular safari during The Great Migration. This is not the first time GMA has broadcasted live in 360° video. Back then it was the first time a network news show was broadcasting live in 360°.

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Building Empathy: ‘Under the Net’ Malaria Documentary Shows the Art and Power of VR

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Basketball star Stephen Curry became involved, and Reilly and him went to Tanzania together to meet those that needed the nets. Working with Samsung, the team at NBN returned last summer to Tanzania, with Perkinson, to capture the reality there in a way that couldn’t be done when the charity began.

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How do you tell a story in VR? Nomads shows the wayVirtual.


Each Nomads episode chronicles life in a different nomadic tribe: the Maasai of southern Kenya and northern Tanzania, the Bajau, who live on the waters of South East Asia, and Mongolian herders. There’s no narrator for these pieces - an app acts as your guide, but once you step into the nomads’ worlds, you’re on your own.

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This year's Earth Day Google Doodle is a grim look at climate change's real impact

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As such, the 2022 Earth Day Google Doodle will show the glacier at the peak of Tanzania's Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania from December 1986 to 2020. Though Google was presumably spoiled for choice when finding landscapes ravaged by climate change , it mercifully restricted itself to just four. Glacier retreat at the summit of Mt.

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Fifer Garbesi: Immersive Media Producer and Community Organizer, Lady Who Diversify the VR Content Ecosystem


She has produced award-winning content in Ghana, Tanzania, Cuba, Spain, Italy, and The United States. Fifer Garbesi is an immersive media producer, community organizer, as well as co-founder of ARTandVR. Recently, she launched a new 360 documentary, ¡Viva La Evolución! exploring underground dance in Cuba, which you cannot missed out.