LOS ANGELES (AP) – The story of Jesus Christ first arrives in virtual reality.
Autumn Productions and VRWerx announced on Wednesday their plans to release the live-action film “Jesus VR – The Story of Christ” on all major virtual reality platforms this Christmas.
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The 90-minute film will depict events such as the birth, baptism, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus in 360 degrees. “Jesus VR” was filmed in 4K resolution on location in Matera, Italy.
The film will be available to rent or purchase for VR systems such as Samsung Gear, Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR and HTC Vive.
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The film is directed by David Hansen and stars Tim Fellingham as Jesus. The executive producer of “The Passion of Christ”, Enzo Sisti, is one of the producers.
VRWerx previously created a VR game based on the “Paranormal Activity” movie franchise.
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