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Oculus Rift film Zero Point offers interactive trailer

The latest trailer for Zero Point, a 3D, 360-degree movie created for the Oculus Rift, allows viewers to interact and change their point of view in a browser.

The trailer, available on ReelHouse, enables mouse controls to manipulate point-of-view. By shifting in any direction, viewers can watch the trailer as though they're viewing a theater screen, rather than a stationary screen.

Zero Point follows the "pioneers of virtual reality," the researchers and developers working on projects such as the Oculus Rift. According to the film's description, Zero Point will track "combat training simulations at the Department of Defense, to research labs at Stanford, to indie game developers and hackers" in an effort to explore the future of virtual reality.

The film's regular trailer is viewable above.

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