steven_schardtAUTO is a 360-video and morality story out there on Jaunt that takes a near-future take a look at the human affect of automation and rising know-how. It’s not a grotesque satire within the vein of Black Mirror, however it’s accomplished in a extra of a future reasonable model that might be taking place throughout the subsequent 1–3 years—if not already.


Auto is a narrative that caught with me given it’s genuine portrayal by non-trained actors who have been Ethopian immigrants, and the way automation may affect their lives. The video premiered at Tribeca Film Festival in April, and I had an opportunity to speak to director Steven Schardt in regards to the rising grammar of directing consideration in VR storytelling, the struggles of funding and distribution for unbiased VR storytellers (this was recorded earlier than Jaunt picked it up for distribution), and insights on the evolution of latest communications mediums from the Tom Gunning’s Cinema of Attractions and Marshall McLuhan’s media theories.

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