Virtual and Augmented Reality in the Post-Coronavirus World

March 20th, 2020 |
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As the world retreats inside, it’s easy to wonder if the public’s adoption or consumption of immersive experiences and technologies could rise. Formats that are accessible on a smartphone, like 360 video and AR, could take on more importance in our lives, making the shut in experience more bearable. But VR video, which is often shown at dedicated locations, could take a step back in terms of exposure to the public. In this podcast we chat with Pierre Friquet, who’s VR experience Spaced Out was a hit at the Sundance Film Festival in January.

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