In March, we brought together filmmakers, journalists, cultural critics, scientists, researchers and artists to explore the potential of Virtual Reality: What it is, where it's been, and where it's going.
If a keynote address from President Obama isn't enough to draw you down to Austin this weekend— we know what will! A schedule full of events involving NEW INC members, advisors, alum, and staff. Here's where you can find us at South By Southwest in 2016.
Members Winslow and Milica brought their VR short, Giant, to Sundance New Frontier this January. After their experience at the festival, we spoke to the creative duo about what it took to create this piece.
On January 22nd, in spite of the looming descent of Winter Storm Jonas, we welcomed over 200 guests to the New Museum for our second Winter Demo Day.
NEW INC is teaming up with Kill Screen, a video game arts and culture company, to present Versions: The Creative Landscape of Virtual Reality. Join the conversation with us on March 5-6 for a series of panels and workshops delving into the creative side of the VR trend.
Whether your loved ones are into music, fashion, visual art, or crafting things themselves, the NEW INC members have got them covered. Here’s our gift collection for 2015...
Ever caught yourself dreamily staring at strangers on your morning commute and wondered what the people surrounding you were thinking? This is the basis for a VR film new project by NEW INC alum Specular Studio, now funding on Kickstarter.
New York-based interdisciplinary artist and NEW INC alum Sougwen Chung recently won an award from the Japan Media Arts Festival for her drawing robot, D.O.U.G._1, created along with fellow NEW INC alum developer Yotam Mann.
It’s that time of year again, when the art world flocks en masse to the sun-drenched shores of Miami Beach, Florida to experience art on an international scale. Here's highlighting how our members are collaborating this year in our guide to NEW INC x Art Basel Miami Beach.
VolvoxLabs recently collaborated with Microsoft and Neon Indian to create a unique stage environment for the band's live shows, generating interactive electronic projections to complement the aesthetic of their newest album, VEGA INTL. Night School.