VR and immersive video are opening up a new frontier in storytelling and education for non-profit organisations.

Virtual reality and 360 or ‘spherical’ video are fast becoming popular tools in the charity sector, as they explore it as a medium for immersive storytelling experiences.

Done right, these can be powerful, memorable ways to personalise an issue and help bring a charity’s work closer to home.

However, they need to be careful to keep their VR experiences tasteful and appropriate.

We’ve outlined a few imaginative ways that charities are using VR and immersive video experiences.

An article by Chloe Green. Read more.