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Naturally Immersive 360°

Naturally Immersive 360°

Put your VR headset on and see nature like never before. Travel 350 million years back in time with Sir David Attenborough to come face to face with the first animals on earth.

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Three 360° films in the cinema: collectively enjoy virtual reality.

Programme

  • poster David Attenborough's First Life (Matt Baker Jones & Elliot Graves, GB 2020)

    David Attenborough's First Life (Matt Baker Jones & Elliot Graves, GB 2020)

    For over 60 years, biologist and programme maker Sir David Attenborough (97) has been travelling the world to record our planet and everything that lives on it, always featuring breathtaking footage and supported by his characteristic, charming voice-overs. Join him as he travels some 350 million years back in time to bring the fossils of extinct animals to life using virtual reality. See what the first animals on earth looked like with your own eyes as well as how they developed from single-celled creatures to awe-inspiring predators that terrorised the sea floor.

  • poster Planet Infini (Planet ∞) (Momoko Seto, JP/FR 2017)

    Planet Infini (Planet ∞) (Momoko Seto, JP/FR 2017)

    Japanese filmmaker Momoko Seto’s VR film Planet Infini (Planet ∞), which was also screened at the Cannes Film Festival, shows viewers a destroyed earth in which nature has gained the upper hand. Humanity and almost all animals have died out, only insects and fungi have survived. When the weather changes, the desiccated earth floods. An ecosystem develops in the water, inhabited by strange sea creatures. Is this a convincing piece of science fiction or a prophetic vision? Whatever the case may be, you are likely to view animals and plants differently from now on.

  • poster Myriad (Michael Grotenhoff & Christian Zipfel, DE 2022)

    Myriad (Michael Grotenhoff & Christian Zipfel, DE 2022)

    Myriad utilises the latest 360° 3D technology to tell the story of the spectacular re-introduction of the almost extinct Northern bald ibis. This legendary, large bird once occurred in the wild in Europe, but now solely exists in Morocco. Breeding young ibises in captivity is one thing, but how do you get them to start their migration to Tuscany from the zoo in Vienna which, in nature, they would learn from older birds? Put your VR headset on and fly along with the flock on their 15-day, 800 km journey led by their human foster parents in ultralights.

  • This programme takes place in Cinema 4.
  • Please arrive 15 minutes in advance so your headset can be fitted.
  • Access is not possible after the programme has started.

Interested in more Virtual Reality in Eye? Nu:Reality offers a range of programmes running until 25 September, 2024.

Details

Persons under 12 years must be accompanied by an adult

Production year

2024

Length

29 min.

Country

NL

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Nu:Reality

Put on your VR headset and step into a world where you can see the world like never before. This wide-ranging programme stimulates the senses and submerges us in a mix of 360° VR films and interactive installations.

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still Planet Infini (Planet ∞) (Momoko Seto, JP/FR 2017)
still Myriad (Michael Grotenhoff & Christian Zipfel, DE 2022)

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