How to Cardboard


Take VR home with you: get your free Cardboard virtual reality headset and learn how to download virtual reality experiences onto your smart phone.

Friday, Jan 23–Friday, Jan 30 1:30 p.m.–3:30 p.m. and Saturday, Jan 31 1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.

New Frontier, second floor

Bring your friends and learn to craft, with your own hands, a virtual reality headset out of cardboard, and experience the brilliant virtual reality works by New Frontier artists! Hosted Bar.

New Frontier Microcinema, second floor
Sunday Jan 25, Tuesday Jan 27, Thursday Jan 29, and Friday Jan 30 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.

New Frontier is at 573 Main St, Park City, UT, second and third floors.

Projects viewable on Cardboard include:

Evolution of Verse
Chris Milk, working with visual effects powerhouse Digital Domain and virtual reality production company, has created this photo-realistic CGI-rendered 3-D virtual reality film that takes the viewer on a journey from beginning to new beginning.

Kaiju Fury!
A dark energy experiment leads to a devastating attack by monstrous Kaiju, and you are standing at ground zero — all in 360-degree, stereoscopic 3-D cinematic virtual reality. You will "be there" as the beasts lay waste to a crumbling city and humanity makes its last stand. Cast: Susie Abromeit, Bill Lippincott, Daniel Martin, Brian Dodge, Vincent Chiantelli?.

Project Syria
More than one million children have fled Syria, and news reports indicate children are being specifically targeted in the violence. By combining pioneering virtual reality technologies with audio and video captured during a real event, audiences feel transported to the powerful scene, becoming witnesses as the intense tragedy unfolds.

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