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With our new VR documentary “2nd Step” we proudly add another outstanding project to our VR film portfolio.  In this breathtaking VR journey through space –  which is accentuated with the beautiful music of Debussy and Ravel –   the viewer gets an intense feeling of being in the middle of undiscovered, alien worlds while visiting some of the most thrilling settings of current and future space missions. 

The film has been realized on behalf of German broadcaster ZDF and in cooperation with the European Space Agency (ESA), so a huge amount of original data could be integrated as basis for the photorealistic reconstruction of the settings.  Thus, the films represents  an unprecedented richness of detail.

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  • Patrick Coeuru says:

    Hello,
    I watched your amazing film this WEEk during the VR 104 Festival in Paris, congratulations!
    This is the first time that I saw a VR film, and your film, according to my wife and my son, is the best of the festival!!
    I would like to know what is the beautiful soundtracks because at the end of film I saw one of my favorite composer, Debussy and an other composer but i didn’t note
    exactly who and the names of different opus.
    I thank you in advance,
    Best regards from Paris,
    Patrick Coeuru

    • Franziska Elgner says:

      Hello Patrick, thanks a lot for your kind feedback! We are pleased to hear that you and your family liked 2nd Step that much. As for your question regarding the music, here’s an overview of the music pieces that were being used:

      Claude Debussy
      Orchestral Works
      Vol.2 Suite bergamasque: III. Clair de lune

      Maurice Ravel
      Daphnis et Chloé
      Part I: Danse lente et mysterieuse
      Part I: Derriere la scene, on entand des voix

      Lyon National Orchestra
      MDR Radio Choir Leipzig
      Conductor Jun Märkl

      By Courtesy of
      NAXOS Deutschland
      http://www.naxos.de

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