“Marriage Equality VR” is a recreation of the events leading up to the US Supreme Court’s Decision regarding the legality of same-sex marriage. At the center of the debate was the 14th Amendment providing for due process and equal protection under the law for all Americans. The court ruled on the following question: Does the Fourteenth Amendment require a state to license a marriage between two people of the same sex?
TO WATCH THE VIDEO ON A COMPUTER:
Click on the image below to see the film in 360 VR (use your mouse to orientate the view and click on the gear icon at the bottom right to select the highest resolution possible and whether you want to see it in 2D or 3D anaglyphs):
TO WATCH THE VIDEO ON A SMARTPHONE OR GOOGLE CARDBOARD:
Click HERE with your phone. If you have a Google Cardboard or other compatible VR headset, click on the google cardboard icon at the bottom right. Insert your phone in your VR headset.
“Marriage Equality VR” was shot in July 2015 for the company Nokia as a demo film for their new VR camera: The Nokia Ozo. The film was produced by 3ality Technica, in association with Gannett Company, Inc.
Official Selection FIVARS – Toronto- 2016
Official Selection 3DKIFF – Seoul – 2016
Official Selection Courant3D – Angouleme, France – 2016
Official Selection MUTEK VR Salon – Montreal – 2016
“Marriage Equality VR” cast & crew
Producer: Steve Schklair
Writer / Director: Steve Schklair & Celine Tricart
Writers / Directors Steve Schklair and Celine Tricart