#1077: “Black Ice VR” Sci-Fi Horror Piece Experimenting with Switching Between 3rd Person & 1st Person POVs

Black Ice VR is a sci-fi horror immersive narrative that experiments between switching between 3rd person and 1st person POV, and it was produced as a part of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts’ The Media + Emerging Technology Lab (METL) 6-month Immersive Storytelling Program. (Disclosure METL has been a sponsor of the podcast advertising this program and I’ve served as a mentor on the first two years of the fellowship. See episodes #863, #967, & #970 for more context). I had a chance to have a brief conversation with XR creators Arif Khan (Writer & Director), Darren Woodland Jr. (Technical Artist & Sound Implementer), and Lawrence Yip (VR Developer) about their experience.

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