Virtual Reailty Journalism Immerses Users In A Public Crisis
3D simulation lets users walk around and interact with other characters in the scene to help raise awareness about hunger in America.
Former Newsweek correspondent Nonny de la Peña has developed a 3D virtual reality simulation that recreates a real eyewitness account of a crisis in Los Angeles as people wait outside a food bank. ‘Hunger in Los Angeles’ was designed using gaming development tools and includes a body-tracking system. Users wear a head-mounted goggle display to fully immerse themselvesin the game where they can walk around and interact with other characters in real-time.
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