The Crystal Reef
The Crystal Reef is a pioneering collaboration between Stanford University and the Hopkins Marine Station under funded research from The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment to build interdisciplinary approaches to environmental conservation issues. By combining the virtual reality expertise of Stanford’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab (VHIL) with the marine science experts of Hopkins, The Crystal Reef tackles communicating climate change in an immersive and scientifically valid way.
- Co-Directed with Cody Karutz
- Produced by Stanford University’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab
- Premiered at Tribeca Film Festival | April 2016
- Featured on TIME Magazine
Moments of Innovation
A short 360 video highlighting Stanford University’s 125 year history of innovation. The film mixes 360 video with archival footage presented in a 360 environment.