Sundance Films Tap Into Virtual Reality
Virtual reality headsets offer more experiences for viewers and filmmakers at the Sundance Film Festival.By Evan Thomas | January 25, 2015
Not all of Sundance's film festival is playing out on the big screen this year. For some attendees, the most exciting screens are smaller and strapped to their faces.
Filmmaking for virtual reality headsets has arrived in force this year. Vice News' documentary on New York's Millions March or "Project Syria"'s scenes of civil war put viewers in the middle of events. With 3-D headsets, they can get an interactive perspective that, until recently, wasn't possible. (Video via CBS)
Birdly isn't a film but an interactive full-body virtual experience that turns users into birds.