In early versions of Lost, the audience often noted that they were confused and overwhelmed when they first saw the forest. Being transported to a completely new environment can be startling, especially with such a rich and beautiful place. In cinema, there is a clearly defined ritual before a film starts: we get settled into our seats, the lights dim, the curtains open, and we let go, ready to be taken elsewhere.
But in VR, no such ritual exists. The first part of this was figuring out what would be the very first thing the audience would see. For Lost we wanted to find something that took the audience by the hand and step by step, led them into the world rather than of just dropping them directly into the set and risking to overwhelm them.
She is the first thing the audience sees, even before entering into the forest. Fi flies a bit to your left and to right so that the audience gets used to the concept of looking all around them. One of the most powerful aspects of film is the total control over the shot. We talked endlessly about how to regain that control.
How could we make sure the viewer always looks in the correct direction? We had a bird fly by the viewer to capture their attention and guide their gaze towards a point in the scene.
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However, each time we implemented one of these dictatorial tools too heavy handedly, the storytelling started to feel forced, staged, and artificial. Over time we stepped away from this sort of thinking. To embrace VR as its own unique medium, we have to let go of our almighty control of what the audience sees. Instead of instantly pushing the story onto the viewer, we take a step back for a while and let the viewer take part in discovering the story themselves. And through this curiosity, have them take a more active role in experiencing the story.
We give the audience time to look wherever they want and get used to where they are. But by now, because we gave them time to settle in, they are willing to listen to us.
If only one thing happens in VR at any given time, as is the case in film, the world quickly starts to feel empty and strangely fake. In life there is rarely ever just one thing happening around us.
She is going to hospital by taxi with Dorm Mother. Anna is not feeling well, and has come to hospital, accompanied by Dorm Mother. She is going to see a doctor. Anna has caught a cold, and is in bed in her room. Dorm Mother, worried, comes to see how Anna is doing. Anna has recovered from a cold. Today, she is writing an e-mail to Kenta, who took her around in Shizuoka. Anna is on a study tour with her university. She's going to buy a box lunch on a Shinkansen bullet train.
After visiting Himeji Castle, Anna is now experiencing the Japanese tea ceremony at a tea-ceremony house nearby. Friends are celebrating her birthday at a restaurant.
After Anna's birthday party, Kenta offers to walk her back to her dormitory. When they set out, snow begins to fall. Anna's one-year study abroad is about to end. Today, she is having her last class at her university.
Today, Anna is going back to Thailand. Sakura and Kenta have come to the airport to see her off. Lesson 2: What is this?
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