Three years of experiences in VR journalism. Three years of countless experiments by journalists who are not afraid of trying out something new. Where does VR journalism stand in terms of technology, storytelling techniques and user expectations? Three reports, published in 2015, 2016 and 2017, tell the story of an exciting medium and its road ahead.
Here’s a Fader story inside our blog! You can now share your stories created with Fader via iframe tag on your blog or web site. When you’re happy with your results, just set your project to be publicly visible. Cool thing is, improvements and added features get into your posts without any added efforts. We Read more about We are currently testing sharing options for #faderstories[…]
Diving headfirst into that VR rabbit hole, I was given a lot of great VR examples that helped me understand the issues and possibilities of this medium. This list was curated with the help of those people who first introduced me to VR production, so please enjoy their wisdom as did I. 1. The woman pioneering Read more about #VRsuchskaninchen: Five items to read, watch and listen to[…]
Here it is: My first attempt at a 360 degree video – constructed, shot and edited within a week. But – thankfully – not without some great help. When I started this project with VRagments last week I contacted a couple of colleagues and friends working in film and picked their brains on VR and 360 degree video Read more about #VRsuchskaninchen: Down the rabbit hole![…]
Max Koschyk is a multimedia journalist, currently holding a Deutsche Welle editorial fellowship. For the next four weeks, she will be our #VRsuchskaninchen, produce journalistic VR formats and test the VRagments tool Fader. Versuchskaninchen, das [Noun] (neutral); genitive: Versuchskaninchens, plural: Versuchskaninchen (volunteer for an experiment), guinea pig Exactly one year ago, I would not have thought Read more about #VRsuchskaninchen – Day 1: Virtual is my new reality[…]
We’ve been working on Fader for a few months now. So what do we aim for with Fader? Fader allows journalists with little or no programming skills to create VR experiences easily and fast. With Fader, we want to specifically cater to journalists who can use their already existing content (anything from 360° videos/photos, but also text, audio, Read more about Fader[…]
Over the past months, we have seen numerous examples of VR storytelling approaches – be it 360 video or in CGI (for updates, follow us on Twitter or check out our weeknotes – we try to keep you informed at all times). I am convinced that virtual reality can add value to news stories – or Read more about Adding Social Media into VR?[…]