Zero Point was supposed to set the bar for virtual reality filmmaking with the very first movie designed for the Oculus Rift. Instead, we got a measly 15 minutes of footage seemingly thrown together at random.
People have been working on video and explorable environments for the Oculus Rift, but Condition One, the immersive videography group, is upping the ante with a complete 20-30 minute movie all in 3D.
We've been waiting for honest-to-goodness tractor beams since Shatner was still sitting in the captain's chair. Now—finally—NASA's investing real cash money to spur the development of Zero Point technology.