Sisters: A Mobile VR Ghost Story

About

Mobile VR

New Frontier Exhibition
ClaimJumper​
573 Main St.
Friday, January 22–Friday, January 29, 1:00–5:00 p.m.

THEN

New Frontier Gateway
136 Heber Ave.
Friday, January 22–Friday, January 29, 5:30–8:00 p.m. VR BAR
Saturday, January 30, 1:00–3:00 p.m.

Be careful where you look because someone—or something—doesn't want you here! Otherworld Interactive presents their popular horror franchise that transports the viewer inside a chilling animated haunted house where sisterly ghosts will scare your pants off.

The second episode in the Sisters series, developed for the Vive headset, can be found in the tethered VR experiences.

YEAR 2014

SECTION NF VR Experience

COUNTRY U.S.A.

COMPANY Otherworld Interactive

EMAIL contact@otherworldinteractive.com

PHONE 3015021575

Credits

Director
Screenwriter
Associate Producer
Artist
Actor

Artist Bio

Andrew Goldstein

Andrew Goldstein is an award-winning game designer, interactive media producer, and market analyst. He is the executive producer and co-founder of Otherworld Interactive—a premier content studio for consumer-facing VR and augmented reality content. His work has been recognized by the Independent Games Festival, Serious Games Association, and Digital Hollywood.


Robyn Gray

Robyn Tong Gray is an interactive media designer who weaves new media to explore narrative and empathy. She is the co-founder and lead designer of Otherworld Interactive. Her projects have been featured at the Independent Games Festival, IndieCade, and the Proto Awards. Gray's graduated thesis, a•part•ment, a game about relationships, was funded on Kickstarter and will be available for commercial release in Spring 2016.


Michael Murdock

Michael Murdock has worked with leading technology companies including Microsoft Research, Intel, and Oculus VR. His projects include VR interface design for the Samsung Gear VR, Project Syria (as art director)—an immersive journalism story about the ongoing Syrian conflict, and interactive designer for RoomAlive, an augmented reality project at Microsoft Research.