With virtual reality (VR) technology, the audience can now develop a completely new relationship with moving images. The images are now so close that audiences could almost grasp them with their finger tips. The whole "watching" experience is like having a one-on-one conversation with the narrative, so interactive and intimate.
At this year's 28th ifva Festival, ifva is presenting the first Pop-up VR Cinema in town. With the selected award-winning VR works from different regions of the world, audience will be able to experience how different image creators embrace technology to discover new ways of storytelling.
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4/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre
2022.05.25 - 2027.05.27
Cho Yiu Chuen
2022.11.01 - 2024.11.30
2023.02.10 - 2023.04.10