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Bigscreen and Funimation Partner to Bring Anime Films to VR

When you can’t go out to the movies, let VR deliver the perfect movie night from home. Following its multi-year distribution deal with Paramount Pictures, Bigscreen has teamed up with Funimation, the leading global anime content provider and a subsidiary of Sony Pictures Television (SPT), to program an ongoing slate of popular anime films. Stream some of anime’s greatest hits inside a virtual cinema with friends, including blockbusters like Your Name, Akira, My Hero Academia: Two Heroes, Shin Godzilla, and many more. Join live movie events or watch on-demand on Oculus Quest, the Rift Platform, or Oculus Go.

“When we launched in 2016 on the Oculus Rift, we noticed a group of anime fans would meet up each week in Bigscreen to watch anime together,” says Bigscreen CEO and Founder Darshan Shankar. “Four years later, those small groups have exploded and thousands of anime fans are still meeting up every day in Bigscreen. By partnering with Funimation, we will be able to host official anime events. Bigscreen enables fans to experience their favorite anime in an immersive virtual cinema environment, bringing the big screen theatrical experience into your home. And as a social VR experience, Bigscreen is a unique way for people to meet other anime fans from across the globe to discuss their favorite films, watch anime together, and create new friendships.”

Anime has always been built around community and shared-experiences. Enabling fans to connect through the magic of VR is a natural expression of our commitment to connect fans with the art and culture of Anime through innovative experiences.

Original article

May 09, 2020 at 02:13


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of Sony Pictures Television (SPT), has teamed up with Bigscreen, the leading virtual reality software platform, to program an ongoing slate of popular anime films from My Hero Academia: Two Heroes to Attack on Titan and more for Bigscreen’s massive virtual reality audience.

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