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About This GameBased on the Oscar short-listed Participant Media documentary Zero Days, Scatter's award-winning, immersive documentary Zero Days VR visualizes the story of Stuxnet in a new way: placing you inside the invisible world of computer viruses, experiencing the high stakes of cyber warfare at a human scale. Zero Days VR explores the next chapter of modern warfare through the true story of Stuxnet: the first cyber weapon in the world known to cause real-world physical damage. Audiences experience the invisible world of cyber warfare through the perspective of the virus on a clandestine mission hatched by the US and Israel to sabotage an underground Iranian nuclear facility.Zero Days VR highlights how this digital threat is closer to home than we realize, representing a new chapter in modern warfare. b4d347fde0 Title: Zero Days VRGenre: Casual, IndieDeveloper:ScatterPublisher:ScatterRelease Date: 8 Jun, 2017 Zero Days VR Full Crack [pack] zero days vr download. zero days vr. zero days vr review. zero days vr scatter. zero days vr vive. zero days vr emmy. zero days vr oculus. zero days vr trailer Interesting documentary type experience. Nice visualizations and simple explanations of stuxnet. It included more sliding movement than expected but it didn't induce any sickness. Would've been interesting to see even more about the deployment and early stages of development.. It's an interesting story , esp if you have any interest in IT tech. As a VR experience fell completely flat I'm afraid. Paid £5.50 but felt lik eit's a £1.50 product (if you have that tech interest). All of what;s covered and more you can gleam from wikipedia if its the story you want. If it's the VR experience that's drawing you in there are soo many more that will wow you for the same or less money.. It's an interesting story , esp if you have any interest in IT tech. As a VR experience fell completely flat I'm afraid. Paid £5.50 but felt lik eit's a £1.50 product (if you have that tech interest). All of what;s covered and more you can gleam from wikipedia if its the story you want. If it's the VR experience that's drawing you in there are soo many more that will wow you for the same or less money.. I didn't feel the VR was utilized properly to enhance the narriative except maybe in the beginning to help visualize the centrifuges. Everything else was really just stylized "cyber" visuals... something you'd expect in a VR music video maybe, but not in a serious documentary.I guess I was hoping to be placed in real locations using photogrammetry capture... places like server rooms, or factories full of automation equipment, closeups of PLC hardware, etc.Documentaries for the most part are meant to show you an interesting point of view... well, the VR should compliment that and ehance that point you view by fully immersing you in it.Just stick with watching the full documentary as it's visuals are way more engaging than what's presented here.. Zero Days VR is a documentar, a bit technique and geeky. One of the first VR Movie i've seen and it has great potential.The VR is not always well used because you mostly watch in front of you even though the movie moves and it looks great.Most of what you see is only to illustrate more or less what you hear. The real documentary is in the audioSome passage are a bit buggy while it is loading the next part of the videos Some could say it is a bit propaganda ? I believe you need to search deeper the subject after watching it22 minutes long. Zero Days VR is a documentar, a bit technique and geeky. One of the first VR Movie i've seen and it has great potential.The VR is not always well used because you mostly watch in front of you even though the movie moves and it looks great.Most of what you see is only to illustrate more or less what you hear. The real documentary is in the audioSome passage are a bit buggy while it is loading the next part of the videos Some could say it is a bit propaganda ? I believe you need to search deeper the subject after watching it22 minutes long. I didn't feel the VR was utilized properly to enhance the narriative except maybe in the beginning to help visualize the centrifuges. Everything else was really just stylized "cyber" visuals... something you'd expect in a VR music video maybe, but not in a serious documentary.I guess I was hoping to be placed in real locations using photogrammetry capture... places like server rooms, or factories full of automation equipment, closeups of PLC hardware, etc.Documentaries for the most part are meant to show you an interesting point of view... well, the VR should compliment that and ehance that point you view by fully immersing you in it.Just stick with watching the full documentary as it's visuals are way more engaging than what's presented here.
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