“Special Delivery” is the most widely available short from Google’s Spotlight Stories initiative thanks to a move to the YouTube 360 platform.
For a look at path-breaking VR animation, Sundance 2016 is worth checking out.
Darnell’s new company Baobab Studios will release its first virtual reality short, “Invasion,” early next year.
Moonbot’s interactive film introduces a new emoji-driven campaign that offers kids a modern way to confront bullying.
With the backing of major corporations like Disney and the Chinese government, virtual reality start-up Jaunt is now one of the most well funded companies in VR content creation.t
The short is now available to download for Oculus Rift and PC users.
After directing Pixar’s “Blue Umbrella,” Saschka Unseld has moved into the world of VR filmmaking.
Challenges and lessons learned from interactive animation storytelling.
Interactive, immersive animation experiences are now a reality.
How a two-hundred-year-old opera made the transition to an online motion comic for contemporary audiences.
Media Molecules’s follow-up to “Tearaway” and “LittleBigPlanet” mines user-generated art to create endless dream worlds.
Google’s interactive film division has announced four new animation projects, and introduced a developer’s kit that allows anyone to produce interactive animation.
Hop aboard the Pony Express in the latest interactive Google Doodle.
“The Secret of Kells” and other Irish animation highlights go postal.
Led by former Pixar artists, Oculus wants to inspire filmmakers to start creating virtual reality animation projects.
‘Way to Go’ is an interactive film experience that almost feels like you’re playing a video game.
The Sundance Film Festival has announced the film and installation selections for their upcoming edition, which will take place in Park City, Utah between January 22 and February 1, 2015.
Bruce Timm is working with tech company Otoy to recreate the Batcave from “Batman: The Animated Series” as an immersive entertainment experience.
“Duet,” the directorial debut of animation legend Glen Keane, has already appeared online and is a strong contender in this year’s Oscar field, but it hasn’t been available in its interactive format until today.
After a relatively quiet stretch, John Kricfalusi (“Ren & Stimpy”) is popping up everywhere nowadays: at the front “Simpsons” episodes, behind Miley Cyrus, and now, in your milkshake machine.