This year's Tribeca Film Festival played host to the debut of War Remains, a remarkable exhibit that pairs a VR headset with a physical set to immerse people in the historical realities of World War I, and at XRDC this October you'll have a rare chance to see how it was built!
In a special talk on "'War Remains': Using LBE to Transport Audiences to WWI" Skywalker Sound's Mac Smith and Flight School Studio's Taylor Williams will share key lessons learned for designing high-quality location-based AR/VR experiences.
They'll share examples from (and walk you through) the year-long production of War Remains, and you can also expect to get a clear rundown of how they overcame key design, audio, and technical challenges while maintaining a high level of historical accuracy – all within a physical space of 640 square feet.
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This is a rare opportunity to get behind-the-scenes look at the making of a powerfully affecting VR-powered experience, so if you haven't already registered for XRDC, sign up now!
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