Nonny de la Pena

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Nonny de la Pena, the "Godmother of Virtual Reality," is pushing technological boundaries for narrative endeavors, including exploring 3D environments for fiction, news, and documentary. Called "One of the 13 people who made 2012 more creative" by FastCompany's CoCreate, she has built more than five virtual reality constructs including Hunger in Los Angeles, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2012. Her other projects include the MacArthur funded Gone Gitmo, a virtual Guantanamo Bay Prison; Cap & Trade, an interactive exploration of the carbon markets built with Frontline World and CIR; Ipsress which investigates detainees held in stress positions; and Three Generati…
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