Where To Start?
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Below are a selection of VR experiences that we love. They work best on your mobile phone, so these won’t make much sense if you’re viewing from a desktop or laptop.
We also love this article from The New Yorker.
We’ll soon release a mobile version of The Eye Of Modern Mali - our VR retrospective of Malick Sidibé’s epochal photographs chronicling the lives and culture of Bamako in the wake of Mali’s independence at the turn of the 1950s.
Virtual Reality Punk
"We want to produce content that is subversive in nature with strong visuals and storytelling; immerse our audience in the weird, fun, provocative, and out of the ordinary. We are interested in forwarding the language of VR, 360, and AR to benefit people looking for a new way to tell stories." - VRP
In The Eyes Of The Animal
Discover forests anew through in the eyes of the animal, a 360° animated and sonic cinematic experience. This hypnotic 3D world of swirling colors is an artistic exploration into the science of seeing, a sensory visualisation of a vibrant landscape belonging to woodland creatures.
WITHIN: Extraordinary Stories in Virtual Reality
WITHIN is the premier destination for innovative, entertaining, and informative story-based virtual and augmented reality. It brings together the best immersive experiences from the world's finest VR creators. To start enjoying its ever-growing roster of experiences, download our app on all major platforms today.
New York Times VR
The New York Times puts you at the center of the stories that only they can tell. From embedding with Iraqi forces as they fight to retake Fallujah from ISIS to climbing the spire of the World Trade Center with professional mountaineer Jimmy Chin or setting foot on the alien world of Pluto, NYT VR delivers on the promise of VR to bring you to places you can’t normally go.
Load these videos on your YouTube mobile app, and tap the mask icon on the bottom right to enter VR mode.
Winner of the 2017 Emmy Award for Outstanding Innovation in Interactive Storytelling. Set inside their home, a beloved hatchback “Pearl” follows a girl and her dad as they crisscross the country chasing their dreams. It’s a story about the gifts we hand down and their power to carry love. And finding grace in the unlikeliest of places.
Rain or Shine
It's a perfect summer day in London; the sun is shining, the birds are singing, there’s a spring in everybody’s step, and Ella is determined to wear her new sunglasses. What could possibly go wrong?
Gorillaz - Saturnz Barz (Spirit House)
VR Scout called it "The best 360-degree music video you’ve ever seen." The British virtual band made up of Daman Albarn (Blur) and Jamie Hewlett (Tank Girl) released this in advance of their latest LP, HUMANZ.
Björk - Stonemilker
Originally, the "Stonemilker" video – directed by Andrew Thomas Huang – was only viewable at Bjork's 2015 retrospective at New York's Museum of Modern Art. It debuted three months later on YouTube, allowing users to view the Icelandic art-pop musician from multiple angles as she sings on a beach outside of Reykjavik.
The Los Angeles Philharmonic and Gustavo Dudamel
The Los Angeles Philharmonic has launched a virtual reality project in which people don VR goggles and Samsung headsets that give them a 3D, 360º experience of four minutes of Beethoven's Symphony No. 5, performed by the orchestra at Walt Disney Concert Hall.