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Virtual Crime Scene

One Dark Night (Image courtesy of Emblematic Group)

Since the 2012 Sundance premiere of Hunger in Los Angeles — a virtual reality piece derived from an actual incident in which a man had a diabetic seizure while waiting in line at a food bank — Nonny de la Peña has become one of the most celebrated artists in the VR world of immersive journalism. With One Dark Night, the “godmother of virtual reality” (as Endgadget dubbed her) has set her sights on another in-the-blink-of-an-eye tragedy — the killing of Trayvon Martin while the unarmed African-American teen was visiting his father’s fiancée’s condo complex in Sanford, Florida. Through 911 […]

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