In what we see as a disturbing marketing ploy, a movie company has been using five fake news sites to promote its latest film A Cure for Wellness coming out this week. The sites include promotional references to the film …
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August 30, 2016 – 9:49 am
Wired has a story about what might possibly be the first live-action virtual reality film ever produced. It is short, less than 40 seconds. You can get an idea of how live-action virtual reality works from the story and you …
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