Mantis Shrimp Vision VR now at the Natural History Museum

Alchemy VR has produced a new experience for the Natural History Museum in London, featured as part of their Colour and Vision exhibition. Visitors will be able to see the world through the eyes of the remarkable mantis shrimp; a small ocean-dweller with one of the most unusual and fascinating visual systems on the planet. Find out more here.

Power to the pixel: First Life VR previews at ‘Virtual Stories’ exhibition

Virtual Stories (10-18 Oct)

Power to the Pixel and BFI London Film Festival invite you to experience the latest in virtual reality and immersive storytelling at this free exhibition at BFI IMAX. Exhibiting 16 projects from some of the world’s greatest VR creators, audience members will experience an immersive journey into the world of VR stories, spanning fiction, documentary, animation and art, including a free preview of First Life VR. Find out more about the ‘Virtual Stories’ exhibition here.

 

 

First Life VR Wins World Summit Award

We are pleased to announce that First Life VR was among the 40 winners of UN- based World Summit Award, showcasing the world’s best practices in digital innovation. Amid 39 projects from 24 countries First Life VR will be honoured with the World Summit Award. In front of UN representatives, ICT ministries and the private sector Alchemy VR will receive their Award at the World Summit Global Congress in Shenzhen, China, in February 2016. Find out more about the World Summit Awards here.

‘David Attenborough and producer dive deep into potential of VR’ – The Guardian

Guardian First Life Article

”I am sitting in the Natural History Museum and have just been lunged at by a giant swimming scorpion with glittering eyes. It’s so scary I instinctively duck and cower in my seat.

These are the final few seconds of First Life, an experiment in using virtual reality to tell the story of the natural world that is narrated by Sir David Attenborough, and being shown at the South Kensington museum’s educational studio named after the world-famous naturalist.”

Read the full article at the Guardian. 

8 awesome virtual reality experiences everyone needs to try

VR in the home doesn’t really take off until 2016, but that doesn’t mean you can’t sample some great immersive experiences without splashing out on a headset. Trusted Reviews have picked out some awesome VR experiences to try out, including David Attenborough’s First Life VR experience:

“As if the combination of Sir David Attenborough’s dulcet tones and the BBC’s award-winning nature cinematography haven’t proved immersive enough in 2D, now you can get it in true 3D at the National History Museum. Promising to take you on a 3D journey to meet some of the Earth’s earliest inhabitants, David Attenborough’s First Life VR experience once again utilises Samsung’s Gear VR system to bring to life ancient sea creatures”

Read the full article

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YOU CAN NOW DIVE THE GREAT BARRIER REEF WITH ATTENBOROUGH IN VR

Esteemed broadcaster David Attenborough has joined forces with the Natural History Museum to offer visitors a unique VR experience which will “bring you to face to face with the extraordinary community” of the Great Barrier Reef. Read the full WIRED article here.

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