The Sundance Film Festival is holding its "Virtual Reality: The New Frontier" exhibition at Northern Spark 2016 and the Walker Arts Center this June. At the event there will be a preview of this year's VR submissions, including a VR submission from the visualization lab.
In the video submission, simRVR by Bill Gorcica, Mark Gill, Matt Julius, and Kristian Twombly invites you to witness the growing toxicity of a river and ways that the smallest changes impact the farthest reaches of our food web. It's a CG rendered artistic impression of a microscopic river bed as heavy metal toxins increase.
"Virtual Reality: The New Frontier" is an exhibition featuring an international selection of independent virtual reality works. The lineup includes works that played at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival’s New Frontier. simRFR will be available for viewing at Northern Spark on June 11 and at the Walker until June 16
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