Tom Canboro is a police detective with a Christian sister, Eileen, a brother, Calvin, a wife, Susan, and eccentric brother-in-law, Jason. One night, Jason seemingly goes insane and tries to kill Eileen, calling her a "hater". Tom soon realises this may be a conspiracy going as far as devil worship, but as he speeds in his car to get help, he suddenly looses control and crashes. Waking up in a strange hospital, he finds years have passed and people all over the world are wearing the mark of 666 on their right hands, and all those who don't are being killed off. Franco Macalusso, the believer in world peace Jason was fond of, now controls the world, and is trying to bring the world together as it was at the tower of Babel. Meanwhile, the "Haters" or Christians are hiding out and airing TBN tapes on the air for people to realise the Messiah is really the Antichrist, but their leader, Helen Hannah, is arrested... Written by The Extra in the Background
Breathe in. The lights around you glow and intensify. Breathe out. The glow diminishes. Take a deep breath. You rise up and glide across the seascape. DEEP VR is a meditative and psychoactive VR experience, controlled by the player’s breathing. Discover a beautiful underwater seascape where the world challenges, surprises, and comforts. Co-creator Owen Harris made this game to deal with his own issues with anxiety; it’s a fascinating glimpse into how VR can be used in a variety of different ways, including connecting us to our bodies and minds.
Hammerhead VR presents ABE VR, a cinematic virtual reality experience based on the multi-award winning short film, and Hollywood planned feature film.
How does it feel to be a young superstar? In this short 360 degree film you live the life of a famous DJ for a day.
After receiving a pair of the world's most advanced Virtual Reality headset, a young man finds himself transported to a city full of chaos and bedlam where he meets the world's most advanced A.I. trainer.
The Toxic Avenger has a major midlife crisis and must travel to a mythical land called the "Heart of Fartness," deep in the Panamanian jungle, in order to regain his place as the first Super-Human-Hero from New Jersey.
The Law Enforcement Technology Advancement Centre (LETAC) has developed SID version 6.7: a Sadistic, Intelligent, and Dangerous virtual reality entity which is synthesized from the personalities of more than 150 serial killers, and only one man can stop him.
Now for the first time ever, you get to experience this historic event through the eyes of those who lived through it. Using a mix of original archive audio and video together with accurate recreations of the spacecraft and locations, all set to inspirational music. Get set for an experience that will not only educate you but will also leave a lasting impression and deep respect for the men and women who worked on the Apollo program during NASA’s golden era.
When a man stoops to dangerous new lows to get his son the ultimate VR headset for Christmas, he finds out more about himself and his family than he ever wanted to know. From writer/director Scott Stewart (Legion, Priest) and starring Emmy Award-winning actor Seth Green and Clare Grant, CHRISTMAS is part of Distant Corners' HOLIDAYS anthology feature created by John Hegeman and produced in association with XYZ Films.
Based on the Oscar short-listed Participant Media documentary Zero Days, Scatter's award-winning, immersive documentary Zero Days VR visualizes the story of Stuxnet in a new way: placing you inside the invisible world of computer viruses, experiencing the high stakes of cyber warfare at a human scale. Zero Days VR explores the next chapter of modern warfare through the true story of Stuxnet: the first cyber weapon in the world known to cause real-world physical damage. Audiences experience the invisible world of cyber warfare through the perspective of the virus on a clandestine mission hatched by the US and Israel to sabotage an underground Iranian nuclear facility. Zero Days VR highlights how this digital threat is closer to home than we realize, representing a new chapter in modern warfare.
A stop-motion animation of delightfully grotesque characters - in VR - straight from the wonderfully twisted mind of Academy Award Winning director Phil Tippett.
Journalist Nonny de la Pena has merged documentary filmmaking with video games, unleashing a powerful new form of virtual reality. Can VR become an "empathy machine?"
An underwater VR experience, which follows scuba diver and researcher Zackary Rago as he documents the unprecedented 2016 coral bleaching event at Lizard Island on the Great Barrier Reef.
Join David Attenborough as he explores the Great Barrier Reef aboard the Triton, a state of the art submersible. Sit next to David and reef expert Professor Justin Marshall as they descend beneath the waves to explore a pristine corner of this wonder of the natural world. Joined by a team of specialist divers and reef experts, you will come face to face with the beautiful fish, incredible corals and sleek reef sharks that call this underwater paradise home.
A you-are-there feature lenght VR exprience depicting the entirety of Jesus life and death, from baptism to the Sermon on the Mount, and from the Last Supper to his crucifixtion.
After her long-term relationship falls apart, Klara moves to her own place. She stays in touch with Jure, her ex, through occasional phone calls. But when she senses a new woman in his life, Klara is sent into a frenzy of stalking, doubting her decision and herself.
A "VR film" presented on a stage as if it were a stage play, with the characters projected on the stage using live holographic technology.
In a Danish village in the early 1600s, a young woman named Anne, whose mother was thought to be a witch, develops sympathy toward an old woman, Marte, who is accused of witchcraft. The intervention of Anne's older but kindly husband, Pastor Absalon saved her mother -- but now, urged on by his overbearing mother, he refuses to help Marte. When Absalon's son returns home and is attracted to Anne, it's a matter of time before her family destiny catches up with her.
VR Troopers is a syndicated live action superhero television series produced by Saban Entertainment from 1994 to 1996. The show tried to profit from the fascination with virtual reality in the early 1990s as well as the success of Power Rangers. The show featured early CGI and video effects mixed with Japanese stock footage from three different Metal Hero Series: Superhuman Machine Metalder, Dimensional Warrior Spielban, and Space Sheriff Shaider. This kind of adaptation technique—turning multiple shows into one show—was originally used in such anime programs as Robotech and Voltron, though this was one of the first times this technique was used for a tokusatsu adaptation. On May 7, 2010 the copyright for VR Troopers was transferred from BVS International to SCG Power Rangers. Saban's VR Troopers was the first official "sister series" to the most popular "action fighting kid show" at the time, Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers. Much like it, this was an Americanization of a Japanese tokusatsu children's program by Toei Company LTD. The series was deemed successful, but not as successful as the Power Rangers franchise. Unfortunately, for the series, the Japanese footage was quickly exhausted due to extreme cases where multiple tokusatsu scenes were put together in one episode to the extent where stock footage had to be reused multiple times throughout the series. Similarly, another Saban program, Big Bad Beetleborgs, would do well but ultimately end quickly due to a lack of stock footage. Both series were adapted from the Japanese Metal Heroes series. The show spawned a toy line and a video game for the Sega Genesis and Sega Game Gear.
Two middle-aged men, Sunny and his friend dream of shooting a horror movie based on VR exorcism. In order to raise funds, they routinely scam in the name of VR exorcism. They sought help from the tech-savvy Polyphemus and brought a highly intelligent virtual reality headset to help people see the ghost. They make people interact with the "ghost" to settle any unresolved things.
VR.5 is an American television program originally broadcast on the Fox network from March 10, 1995 to May 12, 1995. Ten of its thirteen episodes were aired during its original run. The title of the show refers to the degree of immersion the protagonist experiences in the virtual world.
Den City is a city with advanced network systems in which a VR space called LINK VRAINS was created by SOL Technologies. The Knights of Hanoi, a group that hacks through dueling, as well as SOL Technologies are seeking a mysterious AI program. Yusaku Fujiki, also known as Playmaker, is a first year high school student who manages to capture this AI program while trying to find out the truth about an incident in the past.
Gooische Vrouwen is a Dutch comedy-drama series, created by Linda de Mol for her brother John de Mol's TV network Tien in 2005. However, after the show's second season, Tien went bankrupt and Gooische Vrouwen was transferred to RTL4, where it ran for three more seasons until its finale in 2009. After its 42-episode run the show was followed by a theatrically released feature film in 2011. The show chronicles the everyday lives of four female friends living in het Gooi. Gooische Vrouwen has since been sold to Germany, Belgium, France and Serbia.
Vremya is the state television newscast of the Russian Federation and is shown on Channel One Russia and previously on the First Programme of the Central Television of the USSR. The program has been on the air since January 1, 1968 and was broadcast in color since 1974.
Otvorena vrata, is a Serbian comedy television series filmed in 1994-1995. Broadcast on state television RTS, it ran for 2 seasons featuring a regular family living in Belgrade during the 1990s. The show was created by Biljana Srbljanović and Miloš Radović, starring Vesna Trivalić, Milan Gutović, Bogdan Diklić, Nikola Đuričko, Sofija Jović, Bojana Maljević, Olivera Marković and Zoran Cvijanović, with guest stars such as: Mirjana Karanović, Nikola Simić, Seka Sablić, Branka Katić, Mira Stupica. The show had many reruns over the following years, and acquired a cult following. In spring of 2012, after the Serbian presidential election results were announced, Bojana Maljević announced on her Twitter account that she and Biljana Srbljanović were thinking about doing another season of the show. In the following days the idea of the third season was officially confirmed and members of the original cast started announcing that they would take part in the project.
Vruć vetar is one of the most popular Yugoslav TV series that aired in 1980. The show and movie cut from scenes of the show were popular in neighboring countries-also very popular in Czechoslovakia. Its main theme became very popular and enjoying a bit of a cult status. The story follows Shurda, a man in his 30s, who comes from a small town to Belgrade to get rich. However, as no job is good enough for him, he tries his luck in Germany, but this venture proves to be the same, so he returns to his native Yugoslavia.
Vroom Vroom was a British television series. shown on Sky One. The presenters were Brendan Coogan, Jon Desborough, Lisa Rogers, and Emma Parker Bowles. Each show ran for one hour, and featured a varied mix of segments, from test drives to banger racing and tips for buying and selling cars. Each episode included a regular strand presented by Emma Parker Bowles who turns her hand to banger, lawn mower and mini-auto grass racing. Other contributors included segments by Bruno Senna, nephew of late Grand Prix driver Ayrton Senna and professional test driver Duncan Gray. For the second seires of the show, it had some new segments. Brendan Coogan's 'Test Drive' section was changed, instead of the car being put through various tests, it was subjected to an unusual test - such as the Audi Q7 was navigated through various courses, but driven by children. Another long running segment was run at Santa Pod to make a 1992 Mk 3 Vauxhall Astra 1.6 estate go faster via a weekly modification costing less than £150. Solutions included a performance air filter, exhaust, and stripping weight out of the car. Another weekly regular segment was "The Cat & Mouse Challenge" where celebrities had to evade a 4.2L Jaguar driven by one of the country's top drivers, Steve "Cecil" Anscombe.
Morden im Norden is a German Police that has been broadcast by Das Erste. The show is set in Lübeck, Germany Morden im Norden is part of a series of commonly branded shows with similar themes called "Heiter bis tödlich".
Tropical Heat is a Canadian action series produced in cooperation with Mexico and Israel that aired between 1991 and 1993. The plot revolves around private investigator, ex-DEA agent Nick Slaughter who after arriving in the fictional resort town of Key Mariah, Florida and setting up a detective agency there, met up with local tourist agent Sylvie Girard to solve a variety of different cases. The series ran for three seasons totaling 66 episodes. Season one was filmed in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico due to tax breaks the production was eligible for under the North American Free Trade Agreement. Season two was filmed in Eilat, Israel. Season three was filmed in Pretoria, South Africa, with some sequences shot on the Isle of Mauritius.
Comedy about a young couple who lives together and tries to be a modern family.
Vratiće se rode is a Serbian television series. Broadcast on B92 television in Serbia, it premiered on November 9, 2007. The series is directed by Goran Gajić and written by Nikola Pejaković along with Ranko Božić while 4 episodes were co-written between the two of them. It is produced by Cobra Films and the Adrenalin production house. It consists of 25 episodes, each lasting 45 minutes with the exception of the introductory and the last episodes, which lasted 90 minutes. Placed in a primetime 9:00 pm slot on Fridays, the series quickly achieved high viewership; its premiere was watched by 2.6 million viewers in Serbia. In addition to Serbia, in early 2008 Vratiće se rode was also shown on two stations in Bosnia and Herzegovina—Federalna televizija and RTRS —as well as in Macedonia on A1 Television. Since February 4, 2008, it has also been shown in Montenegro on TV IN, which placed it in a 8.00 pm time slot on Mondays. On March 5, 2008, it premiered in Croatia on Nova TV, which originally placed it in a 9:40 pm timeslot on Wednesdays, however it's time slot and day of airing was changed around frequently.