“Arizona State students design VR apps for 360-degree storytelling”

“A lab at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Arizona State University is receiving an award for two student-designed virtual reality apps that offer a new entry point into a highly reported subject — the border between the United States and Mexico. The award acknowledges Cronkite News VR and Cronkite Border VR, two VR apps that apply a 360-degree spin on documentary storytelling. To develop the apps, 16 students traveled to the border to record its current state. The students shot 360-degree video and interviewed residents and border patrol agents to tell the story in a new medium.” Read more at Campus Technology.



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