“Zero Point,” the first 3D 360-degree film created exclusively for the Oculus Rift was released today by virtual reality startup Condition One. The movie is available on Steam and plays on all Oculus Rift developer kits.

Audiences of “Zero Point” experience true “presence” through the art of film presented in 3D 360-degree immersion. Created and directed by ACADEMY AWARD® nominated director Danfung Dennis (“Hell and Back Again” – Best Documentary Feature, 2012), the film follows the pioneers of virtual reality, as well as, the contemporary researchers and developers behind virtual reality’s reemergence.

“Filmmakers have always strived to create cinematic experiences that captivate audiences. With Oculus Rift’s virtual reality capabilities, ‘Zero Point’ teleports the viewer into realms that they might otherwise never experience,” said Dennis. “With ‘Zero Point,’ we’ve created a truly immersive experience with the hopes that the film inspires others to further innovations in virtual reality filmmaking.”

“Zero Point” transcends the normal limitations of traditional film making, immersing the viewer with relaxing beach scenes, hectic halls of the electronic trade show E3, and visceral military rescue exercises. Due to Condition One’s unique capture device, player, and the Oculus Rift head mounted display, audiences experience the film from all possible angles and in 3D – as if they were actually in it.

“Zero Point” is now available exclusively for Oculus Rift development kits, and is currently on sale for $11.99 on Steam until Nov. 4. Once the sale ends, “Zero Point” will be available at its regular price of $14.99.

To download “Zero Point” on Steam, visit:

For more information on “Zero Point” and Condition One, visit: http://conditionone.com/

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