World One
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Scott Bennett aka Scobot was working as a VJ in 2015 doing live video editing performances in clubs when he got an Oculus DK2 and began creating immersive experiences. Combining years of professional experience in painting, sculpture, and video art with game engine technology, Scobot's work allows viewers to explore and experience abstract compositions. World One was the official selection for the 2018 Seattle International Film Festival and also at the 4th Ranetas VR Fest in Aragon, Spain. World One is available to license for location based entertainment, academic institutions, museums and events via the Springboard VR platform. The Camera is an important tool in World One, Scobot hopes that viewers take time to explore the infinite compositional possibilites in the space, and possibly take a few choice shots home with them.

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