By Chance Ivey

Last week, Oculus Story Studio premiered its new virtual reality movie Henry, a colorful and heart-warming film built using Unreal Engine 4. Unlike traditional films where viewers simply watch the characters on screen, Henry places viewers into an interactive world in which the main character senses and reacts to the viewer's’ presence. The project’s release is a step forward in the convergence of Hollywood and VR, as more film studios look to utilize the technology for development.

We couldn't be more excited to see such an incredible experience being created with the technology.

To celebrate Henry’s premiere, Oculus Story Studio released a behind-the-scenes video on the development of the film, which you view here.

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