Sean Dellorco

KCRW Staff

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In our ongoing coverage of the DevLab and Oculus VR showcase, we have introduced you to projects that are redefining the future of digital media for entertainment, activism, and…

The future, of the future, of entertainment (part 3)

In our ongoing coverage of the DevLab and Oculus VR showcase, we have introduced you to projects that are redefining the future of digital media for entertainment, activism, and…

from Arts & Culture Stories

Last week, KCRW headed up to Facebook HQ to preview the newest VR projects to come out of the first ever showcase between Oculus and DevLab. If you missed the first…

The future, of the future, of entertainment (Part 2)

Last week, KCRW headed up to Facebook HQ to preview the newest VR projects to come out of the first ever showcase between Oculus and DevLab. If you missed the first…

from Arts & Culture Stories

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