Jesus VR - Now Christians can meet Jesus within this life

Jesus VR - Now Christians can meet Jesus on this life


- Jesus VR is surely an interactive film that depicts the very last times of Christ

- It has been filmed with 360-degree 4K cameras

- Viewers can turn their scalp in different direction to see of the many angle

- It has been produced having a group of Hollywood alumni

- Will likely be positioned on all major VR platforms

Devout Christians believe they are going to meet Jesus next life, well now are going to able to see him within this life - using virtual reality.

Jesus VR - The storyline of Christ is a movie that's viewed utilizing a VR headset, it depicts key moments within the time of Jesus.

Unlike traditional biblical movies, VR can give viewers the ability to look in any direction for the different perspective so you've got the sensation to be a witness for the Bible story mainly because it plays out in front of you.

Jesus VR - filmed having a bespoke VR helmet covered in Sony Alpha 7 4K cameras. Footage will be stitched together for viewing in Virtual Reality headsets.

Jesus VR - filmed with a bespoke VR helmet covered in Sony Alpha 7 4K cameras

The Jesus VR experience has become filmed using a bespoke head-mounted stand with seven Sony Alpha 7 4K cameras that capture 360-degree footage so viewers should be able to try looking in all directions. There is certainly even one facing upwards because viewers want to see the night sky.

It had been shot on location within the ancient Italian village of Matera, which actor-director Mel Gibson used while he filmed his epic version of the Bible story The eagerness with the Christ. Filming enclosed in October 2015.

The chief producer, Enzo Sisti is no stranger for the story. He successfully worked inside the same role for Gibson’s movie (which generated over $600 million gross) so he has already which can understand the requirements. He was quoted saying “its production values will absolutely set a new benchmark for virtual reality.”

Jesus VR portrays pivotal events from Jesus’ life and death including his baptism, the Sermon around the Mount, the final Supper, the crucifixion along with the resurrection.

The screenplay continues to be published by Andre van Heerden who also wrote biblical themed movies Judgment, Vanished and In the naming of God.

It’s been directed and produced by David Hansen who labored on Hellion and the religious tale about discovering faith, At night Heavens. He was quoted saying “The viewers fully feel they are there with Jesus with his fantastic disciples. This can be the most effective story ever and virtual the fact is a great way to tell it.”

Blue-eyed American actor Tim Fellingham plays Jesus.

 “The viewers fully feel they're there with Jesus and the disciples. Here is the strongest story of them all and virtual truth is a wonderful way to share with it.”

Mel Gibson’s movie was both criticised and praised for depicting the violence against Jesus while he was tortured and then crucified. It’s now widely thought to be the most authentic depiction from the latter Bible stories for bringing the zeal alive.

Jesus VR won’t possess the production values in the Gibson film but it will have something a lot more powerful - a feeling of presence, the feeling of truly being there. ‘See the crucifixion of Christ just like you were waiting for the foot of the cross!’ This fictitious feature may appear distasteful, but it is could possibly extension of the way movies have attemptedto bring the New Proof of life. VR has the potential to make Jesus seem more real to Christians than every other media has been doing before, be it what from the Bible itself, church icons, stain-glassed windows, religious art, hymns or perhaps movies.

Jesus VR - Jesus provides the sermon around the mount which will be viewable using Virtual Reality headsets

Jesus VR - See Jesus before you, hear him speak right to you

This raises certain psychological questions for Christians; seeing Jesus stood in front of them and look at them will it make his sacrifice seem greater or less significant? Could it enhance Christians’ relationship with Jesus? After they start to see the Jews choose to free the murderer Barabbas over Jesus can it instigate feelings of blame, perhaps ultimately causing anti-Semitic feelings in person? Having looked at such horrific torture might it cause PTSD? Could it cause survivor-guilt for seeing Jesus being tortured and not doing everything to help him? Ultimately much is going to be dependent upon how good production company Autumn VR are able to meld this new field of technology with creative talent however certainly definitely seems to be the dawn of your new movie medium.

No matter what reaction, this may be the start an enormous growth area for VR - interactive Bible experiences.

Jesus VR - The storyplot of Christ is 90 minutes long and you will be released Christmas 2016 on all major VR platforms including PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear and Google Cardboard.