The future of VR filmmaking

I shared this with the Army team but if you haven’t seen it it’s worth watching. My Brother’s Keeper isn’t your typical VR movie. The PBS film, which premiered at Sundance last week, uses its period setting to show off several new filmmaking techniques, including the first 120 fps slow-motion recording in VR and the use of a customized action camera rig.



Why It’s Hot

We’ve all seen VR/360 video examples with lots of bells and whistles. But very often the techniques eclipse the story. As Engadget described “…most important, it uses all of that technical wizardry to craft a genuinely moving story.” When form and function meet art and heart.