Although VR technology has a much longer experience in visual art and various artistic installations than in film, in the last 10 years (in 2010, Oculus Rift glasses were introduced on the market), there has been a huge evolution of the medium. Technological advances have not only democratized the virtual reality experience[1], but also expanded the space for filmmakers’ experiments.

There is no doubt that VR has opened new avenues for apologists for immersive interactivity in the cinema[2]. …

Mateusz Tarwacki

Born 1993. Film critic, holds MA from University of Warsaw. He’s interested in neomodernist, socially engaged and female cinema. Writes a blog:

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