Deleted VR Trips


Samsung #BeFearless Of Heights    ***
Samsung's #BeFearless project to help people  gradually overcome their fears by using virtual reality to face them.
1 in 4 people have a fear of heights and maybe VR can help solve that.
Go heli-skiing and take a trip up a glass walled elevator to the 42nd floor for a skywalk!
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Vrse: "The Displaced"    ***
Vrse immersive journalism.
Nearly 60 million people around the world have been driven from their homes by war and persecution – more than any other time since World War II. Half are children. The Displaced is the story of three of those children.
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Vrse: "My Mothers Wing"    ***
Vrse immersive journalism.
Developed in conjunction with the United Nations this eight-minute documentary follows the daily life of a family in Gaza - the struggle and strength of a mother coping with the death of her two children in the 2014 war.
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Vrse: "Clouds Over Sidra"    ***
Vrse immersive journalism.
The first ever film shot in virtual reality for the UN, using the medium to generate greater empathy and new perspectives on people living in conditions of great vulnerability. “Clouds Over Sidra” follows a twelve year old in the Za’atari camp in Jordan – home to 84,000 Syrian refugees. It follows her to school, to her makeshift tent and even to the football pitch.
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Vrse: "A History Of Cuban Dance"    ***
Vrse immersive journalism.
This  live-action virtual reality documentary progress chronologically through Afro-Cuban Santería rumba, mambo, cha-cha-chá, salsa, breakdancing, and reggaeton, with optional audio tracks reflecting the broader story of Cuban history as revealed in the moves.
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Vrse: "Walking New York"    ***
Vrse immersive journalism.
Vrse and the New York Times come together to capture the birth of a new large-scale street art installation in New York. Renowned French artist JR, famous for posting massive photographs in urban environments, attempts to create a poetic awareness of New York’s storied history as a city of immigrants. The monumental portrait was conceived as a cover for the NYT’s Walking New York issue.
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