Turning the graphic novel Scary Girl into a VR world was a tall task for Dark Slope Studios. Author and creative director Nathan Jurevicius and COO Dan Fill discuss the lessons learned in this new storytelling form, how music is integral to the success, and how “VR music” moves beyond crappy 360 degree concerts. Plus: you’re never gonna believe who Alan is ditching the CES 2020 after party for.
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