VIRTUAL CINEMA DEADLINE – Submit your VR/MR projects by Thursday, November 17.
For those of you creating the future ways we experience the world through Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality technologies, there’s only two weeks left to submit your projects to SXSW 2017. Submissions for SXSW Virtual Cinema close on Thursday, November 17. We’re looking for VR/MR films, games, and interactive projects with a total runtime or recommended viewing time of 20 minutes or less.
The SXSW Virtual Cinema returns for its second year as our exhibition space for this new and exciting creative world located at the JW Marriott during SXSW 2017. Accepted projects will be showcased alongside the VR/AR Track of conference programming, taking place Tuesday, March 14 – Thursday, March 16.
Visit the Virtual Cinema Application page to submit your project, and be sure to check out our Submission FAQ to learn more about submitting to SXSW. If you have an experience that you’re not sure about submitting, please email us at email@example.com for clarification.
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