Wednesday Dec 4, 2019

bbc.co.uk

Getting VR to mainstream audiences:

what we learnt

from our partnership with local libraries

Teenagers inspired by tales of Universal Suffrage; audiences who are unable to travel enthralled as they come face to…
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By Tim Fiennes
bbc.co.uk

Teenagers inspired by tales of Universal Suffrage; audiences who are unable to travel enthralled as they come face to face with primates in the Congo; veterans (and those decades removed from conflict) humbled by the bravery and sacrifice in the two World Wars; and the sheer unadulterated delight of Whovians as they are hurtled across the universe with The Doctor. In light of that, earlier this year we announced that we would be wrapping up the production and commissioning of our centralised team, the VR Hub, recognising that now the focus needs to be on helping the audience access content. As part of our effort to share our learnings with as many people as possible, in this blog we reflect on the challenges and successes of getting our content into audiences' hands, and how some….

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