Virtual Reality and the Ever Combining Worlds of Media

Konami, one of Japan’s video gaming giants, recently had what can be called a minor coup. Its top producers, Hideo Kojima, scraped up a large portion of the company’s talents under him as well as the horror-genre sequel Silent Hill as he severed ties with Konami to form his new studio: Kojima Productions. The Company’s first project, which carried […]

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A Protest Through Signs: The March Against Immigration Ban at Copley Square

Signs are wonderful. They are one of the earliest forms of media created. They come in all shapes and sizes, from tiny little placards you stick on your shirt to ten by two monstrosities that take a few people to wave above their heads. Most importantly, from Hammurabi’s code to this guy: They’ve been historically proven […]

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Nonny De La Peña: The Godmother of Immersive Storytelling in Virtual Reality

Let’s talk about Nonny De La Peña. In an age when Journalists are still playing with the idea of virtual reality, when virtual reality headsets like the HTC Vive are collecting dust in various editorial offices, and when publishers are gathering the best minds around the globe to figure how to squeeze every last buck out of this […]

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