Bob Brown Foundation 360 Video.

The Bob Brown Foundation commissioned Crow’s Nest to produce three immersive films that focus on the Tarkine region in North West Tasmania.  The three videos focus on three important ecosystems in the area, Coasts, Forests and Rivers.

These films take viewers to the Tarkine’s wild coastline where Jarrod Edwards introduces them to the cultural landscape of the Tarkine Coast, Todd Walsh introduces viewers to the world’s largest freshwater invertebrate, the Tasmanian giant freshwater crayfish, and Steve Pearce climbs up into the canopy of a forest giant to give a different perspective of the rainforest.

These films premiered at the Melbourne Sustainable Living festival and will be shown at other festivals and events on Oculus, Samsung and Google headsets, they will also eventually be available online through the Bob Brown Foundation website.

 

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More info

http://www.bobbrown.org.au/tarkine_vr_film