Notes on Blindness VR

Alongside the Florida premiere of the feature documentary, Notes On Blindness, explore Into Darkness, an immersive virtual reality (VR) project based on John Hull’s sensory and psychological experience of blindness. The interactive experience complements the story world of the feature film. Each scene addresses a memory, a moment and a specific location from John’s audio diary, using binaural audio and real time 3D animations to create a fully immersive experience in a ‘world beyond sight’. The project won the Storyscapes Award at Tribeca Film Festival and the Alternate Realities VR Award at Sheffield Doc/Fest.


The first VR-Fiction - 23 years after Philip K. Dick's death, in 2005, David Hanson, a young engineer in robotics, revealed his first android with human form, “Phil”. 'I Philip" immerses you in the memories of what could be the last love affair of the writer. But aren't these memories the fruit of the imagination of an android which learned, little by little, how to become a human?



is a Fantasia-inspired franchise. In the FIREBIRD episodes, you are immersed into a musical piece. You become a character, a conductor, a magician - all those things at the same time. As the musical piece unfolds, your senses are submerged by the visually stunning universe, and the touching characters who dance around you as you explore their world. FIREBIRD is a unique and beautiful experience, a grandiose show which will entertain audiences of all ages.

South Africa: Virtually There -360

Gumboot dancing, rainbow-colored RV's, and improv theater: Experience how South Africa is turning the tide against HIV.

This 360° film is a journey into the beautiful, wounded heart of South Africa as it approaches a new dawn in the fight against this pernicious foe.

Produced for by Curator Pictures, Seattle.


Trapped in an active war-zone, two parents struggle to distract their young daughter by inventing a fantastical tale. Inspired by real events, this immersive virtual-reality experience transports the viewer into the family's makeshift basement shelter. The parents' fairytale intensifies as bomb-blasts draw closer and closer...


a short virtual reality film about the way three characters - a museum guard, an artist and new mother, and a trans girl - feel invisible, or seen.

NYU Tisch Graduate Student Interdepartmental Award: Grad Film and ITP

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SnakeBird is an interactive installation that follows an anhinga bird through different parts of the Everglades. The dynamic environment and animals react to the user's presence in front of the display using a depth sensor. Swooping arms will toss a fish to the bird, moving your body side to side will direct the bird underwater and straightening / bending your knees with control the flight of the bird while exploring the terrain. ( This project is a work in progress that is actively under development. )


by Shlomi Ron

This ambient video installation features a life-size virtual window through which a natural landscape of a serene beach serves as the stage for a poetic narrative. The symmetric dynamic of the minimalistic waves motion, the lounging lone seagull, and the encroaching young couple - creates a meditative visual experience that transforms the physical space from right here to imaginative there while engaging audiences in immersive dialogs with their surroundings. This natural vista demands viewers to look out the window to process the visual narrative and then look in, to process its objective and subjective meanings. The result is a surprising redefinition of the space ambiance into a powerful story maker and the audience into revved-up storytellers.


Explore Priya's Mirror,  technologically innovative and wildly popular interactive comic book, which demonstrates the strength, courage and womanhood of a survivor (sexual violence survivor)
Ram Devineni (Founder & President) is a filmmaker, publisher and founder of Rattapallax films and magazine. He produced, edited and directed the feature documentary The Human Tower, which was shot in India, Chile, and Spain. Recently, he produced The Russian Woodpecker, which won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. He is the co-creator of the augmented reality comic book, Priya’s Shakti, which received the 2014 Tribeca Film Institute New Media Fund from the Ford Foundation.