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VR in Cinema and TV

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In each SciScreen session, a scientist or engineer explains the science from the film in a short talk before the film.

Antoine Fougea, from Mesmerise, will talk about how VR and virtual worlds have been depicted on screen before, highlighting two recurrent themes in films about VR - “Virtual is meaningless” and “A virtual world conveys bad things”.

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