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A new study reveals that audiences still plan to attend virtual events—and in-person live events with virtual features—in a post-vaccine world.
The Tom Cruise deepfake featured in a series of TikToks that went viral was created by a professional VFX artist.
To escape the uncanny valley, Disney created a humanoid robot that mimics the minor eye and head movements people make during interactions.
The creators of South Park have released a web show, Sassy Justice, that makes use of incredibly realistic deepfakes.
This robot dolphin could replace the real ones forced to entertain people at marine park exhibits across the globe.
In the new VR movie “Agence,” artificially intelligent characters respond to the actions of the viewer in unpredictable ways.
Virtual storm chasers are using Microsoft’s new flight simulator to explore Hurricane Laura as it moves across the U.S.
It’s been nearly impossible for the deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing to experience live music together. The use of a haptic suit may finally change that.
Four extroverted friends looking to dance, drink, and be merry during quarantine created an online club where people from around the globe can come together to socialize and regain some normalcy.
With pressure to eliminate circus animals, one show gets creative with holograms.
This year, Freethink was honored to receive 11 Telly Awards for excellence and creativity in storytelling.
Annie Dorsen allows algorithms to write her plays, and it challenges our fundamental understanding of art.
Hollywood moves towards sustainable film production.
Fear of missing out on some of the year's most loved shows, books, and games? Here's a quick list of what the team at Freethink enjoyed most in 2019.
Join Freethink's directors behind the scenes to discover the experiences and insights that went into creating some of our favorite videos from 2019.