I would love to hear from anybody producing VR content, particularly in Seattle and Los Angeles. I’d especially love to hear from you if you’re producing VR content of a more cinematic, less game-oriented variety. If you work in LA on VR, let’s talk.
Seattle is emerging as the tech capital of Virtual and Augmented Reality. Since I live here, I have a better sense of what the community is up to. With its strong independent gaming scene, Seattle is becoming the place where a lot of back-end tools and VR games are being developed. But conventional wisdom has it that the cinematic VR experiences of tomorrow are Hollywood’s bailiwick.
I’ve talked to a few people involved in the movie industry in LA, and I keep hearing that every studio in town is opening a VR division. I want to better understand who these studios are and what projects they’re working on.
- Who is creating the best cinematic VR content in LA?
- Who is creating the best cinematic VR content in Seattle?
- What relationships are being forged between LA studios and Seattle tech companies?
- Can Seattle develop its own cinematic VR content production industry?
- Could Seattle work with Vancouver and Portland to create a Cascadia VR content production corridor?
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