Interested in trying the Virtual Reality experience, but not sure you can handle an intense game? Check out one of our stunningly high-quality virtual reality films. These are a great option for older folks who want to try Virtual Reality for the first time.
Wevr’s “theBlu: Season 1” is a deeply immersive experience designed as a series of beautiful underwater moments in passing, which powerfully tap into the unique potential of VR. And it’s perfect for showcasing the magic of VR to serious gamers and first-time users alike.
The debut episode “Whale Encounter,” featuring an incredible close encounter with a blue whale, is recognized as one of the most iconic and popular VR experiences to date. Additional episodes in Season 1 include “Reef Migration,” which takes you to a teeming coral reef, and “Luminous Abyss,” which plunges you to the very deepest regions of the ocean.
A Sundance Film Festival selection, theBlu was recognized by TechCrunch as one of the top 10 best VR experiences, and was also awarded ‘Most Transportive’ experience in the Proto Awards.
theBlu has earned collaborations with Dr. Sylvia Earle and the Scripps Institute of Oceanography and has been featured at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, the American Museum of Natural History, the Dubai Aquarium and other institutions across the world.
Based on the sci-fi short story by Philip K. Dick, The Great C is a cinematic narrative set in the aftermath of an apocalyptic event. Featuring a thrilling storyline, stunning environments and a powerful soundtrack, the viewer is transported to a desolate landscape in which the remnants of humanity are ruled by an all-powerful supercomputer known as the Great C. Each year, the nearby village is forced to send a young person on a pilgrimage to appease the mysterious machine, a journey from which no one ever returns.The Great C follows Clare, a young woman who finds her life upended when her fiance is summoned for this years pilgrimage. Leaving the safe confines of her village, Clare must decide whether to accept the rules of her harsh society or fight against the oppressive powers that created it. The Great C is a sweeping 30+ minute experience, developed from the ground up to push the boundaries of storytelling in VR.
Official selection of the Venice Film Festival.
Starring John Legend, Oprah Winfrey, Constance Wu (Crazy Rich Asians), Tye Sheridan (Ready Player One), Diego Luna (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), and Liza Koshy. Created by the director of Madagascar and the Emmy-winning animated films Invasion! and Asteroids!
In this interactive animation, Crow is the most admired animal in the forest with his magnificent colors and beautiful voice. But when the very first winter arrives, can Crow make the personal sacrifices needed to save his friends?
Official selection of Cannes Le Marché du Film and Venice International Film Festival.
Visit the Haunted Graveyard — if you dare! This spooky fun walk through a magical haunted graveyard is suitable for all ages. Meet the ghosts, explore their world, and learn their secrets. But you’d better keep moving — if you’re still in the Haunted Graveyard at midnight, you’ll be trapped here forever!
The Haunted Graveyard is not a video game. It is a fifteen-minute VR experience with light interactivity intended for new VR users.
A rich and beautifully haunting landscape that transports you to another world
An original lush orchestral soundtrack by composer Winifred Phillips (Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation, God of War)
Extensive motion-capture performances by professional actors
Through the stunning sceneries of the Notre-Dame Cathedral, experience a privileged encounter with Patrick Chauvet, the man guiding the cathedral through its modern days. As the Rector-Archpriest of one of the most revered monuments in the world, Patrick Chauvet sheds light on what it means to be a churchman in the XXIst century.
In 1883 painter Claude Monet first rented a house in the French town of Giverny. After purchasing the property and adjoining land, the artist transformed an existing small pond into a water garden with water lilies and a Japanese-style bridge from which he could observe the water and the flowers. From 1899 to 1926, Monet painted more than 250 scenes devoted to the water lily theme, which became what he himself called “an obsession.”
Through a dialogue between Claude Monet and his old friend, stateman George Clemenceau, this contemplative VR experience invites the user on a sensory journey starting off in Claude Monet’s garden, stopping along the way at the workshop of the artist and ending in the exhibition rooms of the Orangerie Museum. The user is given the opportunity to relive a perpetual renewal of nature, to explore time and space while immersed in the Water lilies paintings.
The VR experience, ‘Claude Monet – The Water Lily obsession’ has been shown for four months at the Orangerie Museum and has won a Vive Developer Award, a Silver Muse Award at the AAM 2019, a special mention from the jury at the ARTFIFA 2019 and the Grand Prix PiXii at the Sunny Side of the Doc 2019.
After the tragic death of their 5-year-old son, a family struggles with his loss and attempts to mend their frayed bonds. Experience the struggle through the child’s ghostly eyes and explore Afterlife’s multiverse of different realities as the family acknowledges his absence, or presence, in their own lives. Using a cutting-edge VR filming technique, Afterlife takes you through a 360 VR branching narrative that seamlessly reveals a story that shifts based on the characters that you choose to follow and the objects you activate within the environment.
Experience a detailed, realistically designed recreation of the renowned Japanese shrine, Fushimi Inari Taisha. Explore the expansive Kyoto mountainside in first person, take photos with the in-game camera, immerse yourself in an atmosphere reminiscent of the real place.
The map is very extensive to explore with shrine gates laid out over the entire mountainside, with lots of points of interest to discover and many branching/intertwining paths to encourage you to make choices with your exploration. Take photos with the in-game camera, customize the soundtrack, walk around at your own pace. There is a checklist of locations to find as well as some hidden areas, and also a small ending.