The creators of [08:46] describe it as a "narrative-driven experience" for Oculus Rift on their website. The listing on the Oculus Share website gives a little more detail on their process and goals:
"Based on countless hours of research in order to try to properly recreate the atmosphere and dynamics within the top floors of the towers, [08:46]was designed and developed as a school project during three months by a six members team, working in close collaboration with two actors for mocap and voice acting."
We haven't yet had a chance to sample [08:46] firsthand, but it's hardly the first work of fiction to deliver an on-the-ground portrayal of 9/11's devastation. The 2006 film United 93, directed by Paul Greengrass, captured the events that led to the crash of the ti
Jenks, if it helps, you need to download a comic book reader for whatever device you are using (Google your device name and then put "cbr reader" after it). There are loads of different free ones. I'm using something called "chunky" on my ipad.
You can then choose to open the files from the download link using whatever cbr reader you have found.
It is a big tricky on ipad but more because you have to download all the files which can take ages, but is much easier on a desktop or laptop.
I've seen my face in the mirror looking like that. Abdicated face. No purchase on reality. Can only look out at the world with no will left. Very good picture. Love it. After all the adventures and the magic, back here again, in this face again, with no more chances left.