How Do You Tell a Story in 360 Degrees?

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The Video Ink talks to several virtual reality creators to identify some of the most pressing challenges of creating narrative pieces for the medium.

“You’re writing these stories with your brain still thinking you’re going to get [shot] coverage, and you can’t do that," says Brent Coble, who directed the 360-degree short "Eat You Alive" (found below). "So you have to make sure that the story you’re telling actually necessitates 360 rather than just a single camera.”

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