South Korean filmmaker Jeon Woo-yeol recently helped to bring VR technology to the forefront of Korean entertainment with a movie called 'Time Paradox VR.' As South Korea's first VR film, the short paves the way for future VR content.
Time Paradox VR is a 360 degree film that follows the story of a serial homicide. The story takes place in several different parts of a home, meaning viewers are immersed in different spaces such as the living room and corridor. While the film is very short, the futuristic technology makes it a far different experience for movie-goers than a traditional film screening.
Although Time Paradox VR is South Korea's first VR film, the movie coincides with the rising popularity of venues such as ScreenX, which is a high-tech movie theater designed for immersive performances.
'Time Paradox VR' Gives Korean Viewers a New Way to Experience VR Technology
Katherine Pendrill — July 14, 2016 — Pop Culture
References: devpost & hollywoodreporter