Medical Organsation Doctors Without Borders to Use VR For Refugee Crisis Awareness

Medical organsation Doctors Without Borders to use #VR for refugee crisis awareness:

  • The video that will be used in the Forced From Home exhibit will be interactive and educational and will be situated inside a 30-foot diameter dome where the 360 video will be projected.
  • The video will feature locations such as Tanzania, Lebanon, and South Sudan, and viewers will be taken into the locations and be guided by Doctors Without Borders aid workers who will share their stories.
  • The video was made with Visualise, a London-based VR studio, using six GoPro cameras attached to a rig.
  • The video will be launching in New York in the US this year in September, and will carry on to be taken across the US.
  • The video will be available on YouTube, Facebook 360, and the Forced From Home website.

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@VRFocus: “Medical organsation Doctors Without Borders to use #VR for refugee crisis awareness:”


There has been a spike of interest in the portrayal of what refugees have to go through in their daily lives in the form of virtual reality (VR), and one of the latest pieces that has come out is from the international medical humanitarian organisation, Doctors Without Borders, or Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), with a video worked into Forced From Home.


Medical Organsation Doctors Without Borders to Use VR For Refugee Crisis Awareness

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