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VR is on the rise but truly enchanting content is scarce. With the VR-hand-painted movie “Dear Angelica” the Oculus department Story Studio demonstrates that VR content doesn’t necessarily mean clunky computer graphics with an overall visual quality like from video games of 5 years ago. In the Oculus Rift store they describe it, “Entirely painted by hand inside of VR, Dear Angelica plays out in a series of memories that unfold around you. An immersive, illustrative short story starring Geena Davis and Mae Whitman.” Enjoy this feature from the Sundance Premiere and check it out on the Rift store for free for the full VR experience.

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