The Universal Appeal Of Character-Driven Virtual Reality

The Universal Appeal Of Character-Driven Virtual Reality

Classic storytelling and cute bunnies converge in VR to melt hearts

Bogar Alonso
  • 4 may 2016

In a Dreamworks meets Kafka bout of cinematic magic, you peer down to discover that you’re no longer you and are instead a puffy and pawed rabbit tasked with thwarting an alien invasion. Bunnies have taken on E.T. menaces before—”eh, what’s up doc?“—but audiences have been passive onlookers along the way, never before invited to step into the storytelling. In direct defiance to convention, Baobab Studios‘ VR film “Invasion!” puts you at the center of the plot and personas.

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