With the launch of the MyTF1 VR app TF1 invites viewers to experience the “The Voice” blind auditions as coaches in virtual reality.
Here’s a run-down of recent second screen-related entertainment items, via Berlin-based research and consulting company VAST MEDIA. […]
Here’s a run-down of recent virtual reality-related entertainment items, via Berlin-based research and consulting company VAST MEDIA.
- For the 2017 Golden Globes, entertainment network E! News showed off its “E! Live 360” experience, which included coverage of both the red carpet and the awards themselves. The experience allowed users to pick where on the red carpet they wanted to be, and was hosted by the network’s Will Marfuggi. Available for both iOS and Android devices, the experience also included a social media monitor, asking viewers to weigh in on Twitter. […]
Here’s a run-down of recent virtual reality-related entertainment items via Berlin-based research and consulting company VAST MEDIA. For the Sept. 18 broadcast of the 68th Emmy Awards, Facebook worked with the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences to host a 360-degree video of Jimmy Kimmel’s monologue, featured across several Facebook pages. Viewable on desktops, smartphones and the Samsung Gear VR headset, the goal was to reach those not watching the awards broadcast. […]
Fans of “Mr. Robot” are now provided with even more content to engage with in-between the episodes of the current season.
On August 17th, NBCUniversal, in association with Telltale Games, released an official mobile game for the series. It was developed by Night School Studio and is available for iOS and Android devices for $2.99. The game’s name follows the series’ episode naming scheme. While the episodes’ names are all formatted like computer files (such as “eps1.0_hellofriend.mov”), the game is called ‘Mr. Robot: 1.51exfiltrati0n.ipa’ on the App Store and ‘Mr. Robot:1.51exfiltrati0n.apk’ on Google Play, referencing the iOS and Android app file formats. […]
Virtual reality (VR) apps, an online video series from Comcast’s NBC Universal and Fandango in which Olympics athletes talk about the movies that have inspired them, and an online video series featuring Olympians and YouTube personality Flula Borg are just a few of the case study examples of Olympics-themed content that have been curated by Berlin-based research and consulting company Vast Media.
“Vive Rio: Heroinas” is a VR app from Spanish pubcaster RTVE Lab and Madrid communications company inMediaStudio that launched July 20. It provides viewers with a 360-degree peak at how some of Spain’s top female athletes train for the Olympics. It’s available for Android and iOS mobile devices, as well as HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and Samsung Gear VR headsets. […]
With the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio about to begin, Spanish pubcaster RTVE launched ‘Vive Río: Heroínas’ on July 20th, a virtual reality app that provides viewers with a 360° experience of how some of the country’s best female athletes train. The app is available for iOS and Android devices, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and Samsung Gear VR, and at a dedicated website. ‘Vive Río: Heroínas’ is a collaboration of the RTVE Lab and inMediaStudio. […]