Screen dynamic and award-winning VR content from a variety of platforms and genres.
The event is free and open to the public, but registration is required to reserve your seat.
Enjoy the supernatural five-part VR series from Doug Liman, director of The Bourne Identity and Edge of Tomorrow. The series is a first-of-its-kind scripted 360-degree video project about a powerful family with an intriguing secret — an invisibility gene.
Quantico: The Takedown
Studio: Team One
Step inside the world of ABC’s Quantico and join the trainees on their toughest mission yet, all in virtual reality.
The Raid (a 24: Legacy prequel)
Studio: Fox, Samsung and Here Be Dragons
Set nine months before 24: Legacy begins, The Raid puts us at the center of a Special Forces assault against the compound of terrorist leader Sheik Ibrahim Bin-Khalid.
Route to Everest
Studio: Discovery Communications
Ride along with elite helicopter rescue pilots and experience the breathtaking beauty of Everest, from a perspective that few ever get to see.
Studio: NFL Films
NFL Films, the most honored filmmaker in sports, is producing a nine-part series that gives viewers a 360-degree perspective of life in and around the NFL. From players to coaches to executives to cheerleaders to the fans themselves, witness the details of how each prepares for game day in a completely new and immersive way.
Say It With Music
Simone, a timid waitress, uses music as an instrument of change to revive a monotonous fine dining restaurant and enliven its stuffy owner, Gustavo. Throughout the evening, Simone discovers she has an unexpected connection with an upbeat waiter named Nathan, who shares her lyrical passion. This student-produced musical was inspired by Irving Berlin’s Say It With Music.
Virtually Mike and Nora
Runtime: 5-8 minutes each
From Nora Kirkpatrick (The Office) and Mike O’Brien (Portlandia), Virtually Mike and Nora is the first virtual reality comedy series ever made. This show pushes the boundaries of what’s possible in narrative VR, making the viewer a character, an omnipresent voyeur and a necessary part of the show’s humor.