VR Workshop For Beginners – What Can Be Done In 48 Hours?

Earlier this year, we conducted a VR workshop at Deutsche Welle AKADEMIE in Bonn, Germany. The participants wanted to learn more about immersive storytelling. Within two days, all DW trainees were able to come up with some very creative approaches to 360 narratives. […]

How We Prototyped Our First AR App In 5 Days (Part 3/3)

In December, we went to Potsdam for five days to create an AR prototype. This is the final post about how we went about it. You can read the first and the second part, in case you missed it. Our goal was to learn more about the technologies behind ARKit and ARCore, understand potential use cases and to build Read more about How We Prototyped Our First AR App In 5 Days (Part 3/3)[…]

Meet us at the Long Night of the Sciences

Meet us at the Long Night of the Sciences (#LNdW16) on June, 11th and check out our latest VR project in cooperation with Technologiestiftung Berlin and BVG. In this project, we turned Berlin subway station Stadtmitte into a virtual reality experience. With “Stadtmitte in VR“, we show users how digital data can enhance daily activities: easily finding your way Read more about Meet us at the Long Night of the Sciences[…]


We’ve been working on Fader for a few months now. So what do we aim for with Fader? Fader allows journalists with little or no programming skills to create VR experiences easily and fast. With Fader, we want to specifically cater to journalists who can use their already existing content (anything from 360° videos/photos, but also text, audio, Read more about Fader[…]

Coming full circle at this year’s Techraking event in Berlin

Wow, it has already been one year since we last attended a Techraking event in Berlin. Last year, the event actually inspired us to start VRagments, so it was a big deal to us. Since then, we’ve been to a few more Techraking events, one in Paris and one in D.C. The event in Paris was exciting Read more about Coming full circle at this year’s Techraking event in Berlin[…]

Talking immersive journalism at re:publica

This year, re:publica celebrated its 10th anniversary and our team was present in a few of the panels. Marcus, Stephan and Linda talked about the challenges and great opportunities of immersive journalism, immersive arts, how art is changing the internet and of course, we discussed our product idea Fader. As a co-founder of The Good Read more about Talking immersive journalism at re:publica[…]