From brand storytelling to “storyliving” through VR
In the earliest days of television, no one had quite figured out the complicated new medium and the earliest TV programs reflected that. Many were just a camera pointed at people doing a radio show. It takes time to understand and create new stories in a new medium.
It may sound silly, but today’s commonly accepted practices around establishing shots and flashbacks were once clever new devices in film and television storytelling.
VR is the next evolution of visual storytelling. And it brings new...