Lifetime Achievement is a free new Oculus Quest (and Oculus Rift) film obtainable from the Oculus TV library, and it’s the longest animation inbuilt Quill to this point.
The movie is the work of LA-based VR animation studio, Parade. It stars Albert, an eccentric designer that travels the world looking for journey. You comply with Albert throughout the globe discovering what drives him and his shut connection to his 70-year-old mom as he goes to nice lengths to make what he considers the final word birthday present.
Take a look at the trailer under. It’s predictably attractive for a Quill animation. Along with Albert you’ll go to Africa, Indonesia and extra.
The piece clocks in at 15 minutes, which makes it longer than the rest we’ve seen made on the platform. Historically, Quill has been used for unbelievable looping animations and even shorter movies. Pricey Angelica, for instance, was the platform’s first creation and supplied a glimpse into how others might make fully new kinds of movies.
The movie itself is often candy for a Quill manufacturing, and carries some genuinely pretty moments. It’s world-spinning teleportation moments are a little bit too dizzying, however Parade is ready to confidently and successfully lead the viewer by way of a collection of fantastical setpieces earlier than delivering a touching reminder on the significance of time over materials obsession.
It’s additionally the debut immersive film from Parade, and an unique story from CEO and former Disney storyboarder, Yonatan Tal. You need to be capable to discover it on the Oculus TV app or on Quill Theater in case you’re on Oculus Rift.
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