Jim Chabin of VR Society/AIS
Jim Chabin of VR Society/AIS conversed with Kim Cooper of Prologue Immersive on November 1, 2016 at Greenlight Insights’ Virtual Reality Strategy Conference in San Francisco. Topics ranged from the highly practical such as VR project costs (“around $40,000/day”) and employees/contractors needed to fulfill a project (typically from 8-15) to what VR experience was felt to be a catalyst (Google Tilt Brush) and the cutting edge length of a VR experience (“from 15-30 minutes”). Notably, Kim mentioned how she persevered to produce her first VR projects in light of at least five business people close to her telling her that she should rethink venturing into VR.
Jim Chabin of VR Society/AIS talks with Kim Cooper of Prologue Immersive