XR for Media Newsfeed – December 19, 2020

Here are this week’s top stories on VR, AR, and MR in the Media industry:

VR Focus: XR For Animation: The Future Is Less, Not More

Wired: VR Meetings Are Weird, but They Beat Our Current Reality

Variety: Virtual Reality Studio Baobab’s Message of Climate Change Leads to U.N. Partnership

VR Focus: Remotely Visit Museums And Galleries With Curatours In 2021

VR Scout: Google & Red Bull Launch AR-Enhanced On-Demand Video Experience

VR Scout: AR-Powered Movie-Making App ‘Diorama’ Lets You Drag-And-Drop Digital Props & Effects

Digital Bodies: The Facebook Lawsuit and Investigations – the Impact on VR

UploadVR: Free New Oculus Quest Movie Is Quill’s Longest Animation To Date

VR Scout: How to Watch TV & Movies With Friends On Oculus Quest 2

UploadVR: One Of The Largest Productions Ever Filmed In Space Is A VR Experience

Animation Magazine: Baobab Announces Next VR Adventure ‘Namoo’ from Erick Oh

VR Scout: Sundance 2021 Will Host Its New Frontier Program In VR

VR Scout: Snapchat’s AR Dance Series Lets You Create Your Own Music Videos

VR Scout: Zylia’s 3D Audio Technology Could Be The Start Of Virtual Concert Halls

VR Scout: Chance The Rapper Set To Perform Virtual Holiday Concert On Facebook’s ‘Venues’

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