Hidden Pain, 360-Video Doc

VR Experience for Carnegie Mellon University | 360-Video | July 2018-September 2018

Hidden Pain is a 360-video documentary short that works as a companion piece to the VR experience Journey Through the Camps. Produced using 360-video filmed on-location in Warsaw, Treblinka, Majdanek and Auschwitz-Birkenau, Hidden Pain integrates archival media (photographs, etc) to take footage of modern day Holocaust tourism sites and juxtapose the history where relevant.

Hidden Pain is currently on display at Carnegie Mellon University in the Askwith Kenner Room.

 

Project Details

Client:

Carnegie Mellon University

Richard Scheines, Dean of Dietrich School of Humanities

Ralph Vituccio - Professor / Project Manager

Team:

Sarabeth Boak, Producer

Jaehee Cho, Creative Director

Tsung-Yu Tsai, Technical Director

Kyung Kuk Kim, Artist

Wonjae Kim, Videographer

Tara Molesworth, Narrator

Partners:

Classrooms Without Borders

United States Holocaust Museum