Very cool to see VR being adapted by journalism stories such as this. Being fully immersed in the environment, with a great mix of audio/video/photos really tells a different story than what we are used to in traditional journalism storytelling. And what an important story this touches upon, showcasing how while many things in Selma have improved over time, many things have stayed the same as years ago. It's stories like this that remind us that racial inequality still exists to this day.
Fractured Tour Timely look at race, economics and civil rights in Selma, AL 50 years after the voting rights march, bloody Sunday on the Edmund Pettus Bridge and 150 years after the end of the Civil War and the legal end of chattel slavery. VR storytelling for journalism.
Fixed issue with Cardboard tilt navigation.
ChildrensMD helps you make decisions on what level of care (if any) is needed.