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Telling stories with objects

Bringing together the real and the virtual can make a project more impactful, while also providing a new alternative to monetize digital projects. Photo: Wuxia the Fox, an augmented book & app Creating in the digital world often means observing intangible things, where interfaces and screens are required to connect audiences with content that was especially... Read More »

What to Look Forward to This Year in Virtual and Augmented Reality Technology

Standalone virtual reality (VR) headsets, 360° cameras and consumer-oriented augmented reality (AR) smart glasses are just a sample of what made a big splash at CES 2018. Here’s a look at where the industry is heading this year. CES 2018, hosted by the Consumer Technology Association and showcasing major innovations in VR and AR, wrapped... Read More »

Inanimate Alice VR: How Digital Producers Can Thrive Working Across Oceans

A new Inanimate Alice VR episode is coming to life with the help of the Canada-Australia Digital Media Incentive. We talked with Ian Harper, the project’s lead producer. For the past 12 years, Ian Harper has had a story stuck in his head that has been impossible for him to shake away. He’s spent much... Read More »

Culture Is Everywhere: Voyages Sonores 3D and Cube

The story of our history, our heritage and our culture was for a long time confined to well-defined spaces such as libraries, museums, historical monuments, and schools. However, this territory is expanding. With digital technology, cultural mediation moves beyond traditional spaces and deploys itself more effectively to every sphere of our daily lives. Two trends... Read More »

Start-up on Fast Track to Success

The Canadian Technology Accelerators (CTA) initiative helps Canadian companies with an existing technology, product or service explore opportunities in foreign markets. This article was first published in CanadExport, the official magazine of the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service. UNLTD VR of Montreal, Que. continues to make a name for itself after having worked on a television series and on... Read More »

Venice VR and its Heavenly Isle of Virtual Reality

A guided tour of Lazarretto Vecchio, an island dedicated to VR during the 74th Venice International Film Festival, accompanied by Michel Reilhac, the organizer of the first edition of Venice Virtual Reality. After 85 years of existence and 74 editions, the Venice Mostra has become a true monument of tradition in film. As is the... Read More »

A Made-in-Canada Solution to One of VR’s Biggest Challenges: Directing Attention

Liquid Cinema is a software that makes it possible to create a virtual reality (VR) experience where viewers never miss an important moment of the film, no matter where they look. As far as storytelling mediums go, cinematic VR (or immersive 360° video) is the new kid on the block. It’s both immensely powerful (with... Read More »

The State of Virtual Reality in Canada

While Canada has an opportunity to become a leader in virtual reality (VR), entrepreneurs should prepare themselves to tackle three key challenges: market maturity, talent and funding. Launched at the end of June 2017, the bilingual website Pulse on VR presents an ongoing snapshot of the Canadian Virtual Reality (VR) ecosystem as it evolves. You... Read More »

Expert Advice on Creating Virtual Reality Projects

Virtual reality is still in its infancy and it’s not always an easy task to identify projects that have potential. At the F8 Conference in California, four experts discussed what are the best way to create content for this technology. How do you determine which projects are worthy of being carried out? “For us, what... Read More »

The Web Is Virtual Reality’s New Playground

Does the future of virtual reality depend on the web? Many see in this practice a way to popularize VR with the general public. The web and virtual reality (VR) could become increasingly intertwined in the coming years, according to giant Oculus. In a presentation given during the F8 Developer Conference in California, the Facebook... Read More »