Theory in Practice

Interviews and Case Studies

Since our earliest days, humans have sought new ways to express ourselves. Like language itself, our stories are one expression that have become more rich as time moved forward. Finding new ways to tell those stories has also been part of our journey of expression. Discovering new mediums, pushing them to their limits, and eventually transcending though not completely disposing of them has been the pattern that we’ve repeated over and over again with our storytelling efforts. Virtual Reality may hold the most potential of any medium that has come before it. However, it will still be subject to all the trial, error, experimentation, and eventual transcendence that its predecessors were. The speed ...

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