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The VR Moment That Made Steven Spielberg Feel “Like A Kid Again”

Robert Stromberg, the Oscar-winning special effects artist who is working with Steven Spielberg on an upcoming virtual reality family series, said today that when Spielberg put on a VR headset on for the first time to watch a four-minute cinematic test of the project, the famed director immediately recognized the vast potential of the VR format. “I remember how truly excited he was when
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