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Is VR the Future of Documentary Filmmaking?


XR Today’s Rory Greener hosts Erfan Saadati, Senior XR Producer at Happy Finish and Co-Creator of Child of Empire.

In this session we discuss the following:

  1. The initial pitching and development process behind an immersive documentary
  2. Debuting Child of Empire on Meta’s App Lab platform
  3. The lifespan of immersive storytelling using Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality platforms

If you’re looking for more information on this topic visit Happy Finish.

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