General Sessions - The Aesthetics of Virtual Reality

By Ben Morris French

 

“Virtual Reality is both a gift and an opportunity” in the future of storytelling, according to David Hamlin, Multi-Emmy winning EP/Producer/Director/Writer for Broadcast, Digital, and VR Platforms.

VR follows the rules of storytelling, but has the capacity to incite a stronger connection with the audience.

 

Whilst traditional TV involves passive viewing, VR responds to changing audience demands for active viewing.

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