PC – If you’re not into video games, you don’t need a virtual reality headset, right?
Wrong, according to a burgeoning group of filmmakers and performance artists. Their creations, many of which were screened at the Sundance Film Festival last month, use virtual and augmented reality to blur the lines between a film’s characters and audience. With everything from zany movie-videogame hybrids like Asteroids to high-brow performance art like Heroes, the artists are exploring the limits of how much their audiences are willing to participate in a film once they strap on a VR headset. – read more