New virtual reality film dives into Indonesia’s ‘species factory’

Get a sneak peek at @ConservationOrg's first VR film, #ValensReef: . #WorldOceansDay

  • New virtual reality film dives into Indonesia’s ‘species factory’
  • The film is told from the perspective of CI Indonesia staffer Ronald Mambrasar, whose life’s work is protecting the coral reefs of the Bird’s Head for his son Valen’s generation – and beyond.
  • But there’s hope: Emerging technology is allowing more people to come closer than ever to diving into the clear waters of the Bird’s Head.
  • Later this month, Conservation International (CI) will be launching our first virtual reality film, “Valen’s Reef, ” which will allow viewers anywhere in the world to feel like they’re scuba diving in a healthy reef that is part of one of the ocean’s biggest conservation success stories.
  • The waters of Indonesia’s Bird’s Head peninsula host an incredible array of life, including these sponges and soft corals.

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New virtual reality film dives into Indonesia’s ‘species factory’

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