Monday, 12 October 2015

Free Virtual Reality Showcase at London's BFI IMAX until 18 October

"Virtual Stories" is a Virtual Reality Showcase currently exhibiting at London's BFI IMAX until 18 October.  Sixteen projects from some of the world’s greatest VR creators are on display.

Virtual reality has been "the next big thing" for some time now, but somehow has never quite fulfilled its potential.  Now, technology is at last catching up with the ambitions of VR pioneers, offering an immersive experience for games and storytelling that could just change the way we experience media.

For our students who live in London or nearby, this is a chance to see the very latest in virtual reality at this free exhibition at BFI IMAX.

What is on display?
BFI IMAX. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Some of the best in Virtual Reality. If you're new to VR, and wondering what it's all about, this is your chance to get a window into the future.

On display is the "latest in virtual reality and immersive storytelling at this free exhibition at BFI IMAX.  Audience members will "experience an immersive journey into the world of VR stories, spanning fiction, documentary, animation and art." The exhibition will feature Gear VR powered by GALAXY S6.

Who is putting on the show?
Power to the Pixel, in partnership with the 59th BFI London Film Festival, is presenting Virtual Stories until 18 October.

Where and when is it showing?
Virtual Stories is on at BFI IMAX, 1st Floor, 1 Charlie Chaplin Walk, London SE1 8XR
The exhibition will run at BFI IMAX from Saturday 10 October until Sunday 18 October and is open at the following times.
Monday – Friday: 13.00 – 21.00
Saturday – Sunday: 11.00 – 19.00

How much does it cost?
Nothing. It's free! The exhibition is supported by Samsung, The Third Floor, Virtually Mine and The Arts Council

1 comment:

  1. Virtual reality isn’t all about computer-generated graphics; a number of companies are making live-action content, too. There aren’t too many options out there for filmmakers, though, and some companies are coming out with cameras that they hope will help.

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