Mexican company creates Virtual Reality interactive short filmBy Valeria Bigurra Peñavera
The viewer will be able to decide the path and fate of the characters
The Mexican company VR Awake, specialized in the creation of Virtual Reality projects, will present its first interactive short-film thriller made for this technology.
This short film will allow viewers to take part in the story, as it will give them the freedom to interact with the characters, as well as the power to choose the direction of the history, in order to reach a definite end.
This film, called "Ávido" is the first of its kind in the world and has 360 º-surround sounds, 8K resolution and is made in 3D, giving the viewer an entirely new way to experience cinema.
The flick is based on a Mexican legend, and it tells the story of a group of musicians who, seeking to fulfill their dreams, will embark on an adventure full of mystery and suspense, culminating at a private party which will quickly become an experience, both you and them, will never forget.
The interesting thing is that the fate and the mere survival of the characters rest upon the decisions taken by the viewer, therefore every single person in the audience will have their own experience and live, or die, depending on the path that they choose.
Ávido will premiere on April 10, 2017 in the first permanent projection room of Virtual Reality in Mexico and Latin America, which will be located in Plaza Paseo Ventura, in Ecatepec, state of Mexico.
VR Awake is a 100% Mexican company that is focused on positioning virtual reality in the industry as a new form of entertainment, and with this project they are looking to position the company as a leader, not only in Mexico, but in the world.
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