VR - so emotive you may never get out

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As VR experts learn to build visceral experiences, they too are going communal, and talking duty of care about their enthralled audiences.
  'I put it on and it won't come off!' Image: Alien

Ingrid Kopp is passionate about virtual reality, seeing immersive storytelling as visceral way of being surrounded by a story and connecting with other people. In a keynote speech for AIDC, Ingrid showed us VR through her well-informed perspective; Ingrid curates the Tribecca Film Festival’s Storyscape program, is co-director of Electric South, an initiative supporting African creators of VR, web and mobile- based content and, with MIT’s Open DocLab, produces Immerse, an on-line publication dedicated to emerging media. 

Ros Walker

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