Virtual reality film takes all-encompassing look at Europe’s refugee crisis, by Luke Dormehl

A new virtual reality documentary called “No Borders” uses the medium to shine a light on the refugee crisis gripping Europe. It screened this week at the Venice Film Festival.
Produced by an award-winning independent Italian production house, Radical Plans, the film uses cutting-edge VR tools created by computer graphics experts The Foundry. The 360-degree movie shows the plight of newly arriving refugees as they seek safety and a new life in Italy.

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