Dark Corner, a critically praised creator of narrative, virtual reality genre films, is proud to announce, with producing partner MPC VR, the world-premiere of director Guy Shelmerdine's latest ode to fear, Night Night, Friday, September 29th at New York Film Festival 2017. The festival and premiere will also serve as the launching pad for Dark Corner's VR app, the world's first app dedicated to narrative genre VR content. A rapidly expanding virtual library, the app will initially feature eight high-calibre immersive experiences that are both cinematic and hair-raising--just in time for Halloween.
Blasters of the Universe is the first of its kind, bringing the bullet hell genre into first person VR. Intense gameplay is heavily reliant on physical movement, requiring the player to duck, dodge, twist, turn, and maneuver their way through tons of enemies and hundreds of bullets.
The NYT VR app for Gear VR was built in collaboration with Secret Location, a virtual reality and technology studio for emerging platforms, VR sound partner Mach1™ and MPC.
The New York Times updated the NYT VR app in collaboration with Secret Location, a virtual reality and technology studio for emerging platforms VR sound partner Mach1™ and MPC.
A futuristic murder mystery exploring the dark side of Virtual Reality (VR). A fifteen-part series, including 10 short-form episodes and 5 interactive VR episodes. Debuted on Syfy International in the Fall of 2016.
Official Sundance selection second year in a row. This year (again) with Chris Milk and VRSE: An Expanding Universe of Virtual Reality experiences. Stopp helped produce the Google Cardboard apps for android and iOS.
Every fall I make a pilgrimage to the Telluride Film Festival over the long Labor Day weekend.
In 2014, I decided to challenge myself my driving a big chunk of the way on my '09 Vespa. I ended up driving from LA-to-Vegas on the Vespa. Parked it in Vegas. Did Vegas-to-Telluride in a car, and back. Then returned Vegas-to-LA on the Vespa. Along the way I detoured to the Hoover Dam, The Grand Canyon and Death Valley.
I moved from San Francisco to Los Angeles in October 2012.
The move provided a unique opportunity - do I ship my Vespa down in the Uhaul with everything else. Or do I drive it.