Immersive virtual reality film productions from Amsterdam


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Experience Amsterdam In This 360° VR Guided Tour

Note: YouTube 360 player is not supported by all browsers. Try Google Chrome. Experience Amsterdam in virtual reality! As you probably know, VR Gorilla is based in...

Work in progress: Refugee project in Northern Iraq

Last December VR Gorilla travelled to northern Iraq, to shoot docu style VR scenes inside refugee camps. This project is a collaboration between Stichting...

VR Experience For Psoriasis Campaign

October 29th 2015 was World Psoriasis Day. Psoriasis is a skin disorder that causes cells to grow too quickly, resulting in thick, white, silvery, or red...

VR Gorilla @ Amsterdam Dance Event

The Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) is a five-day electronic music festival (and conference) held each year in October. The event offers a full program of...
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‘Virtual Gorilla’ Travel App

In May 2015 VR Gorilla and Matoke Tours started this 'Virtual Gorilla' project to create the first ever virtual reality safari experience. One of...

Have A Nice Day Festival 2015

VR Gorilla was present at Have A Nice Day (HAND) Festival 2015. HAND is a relatively small festival in Eibergen with about 5.000 visitors. The...

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Welcome to VR Gorilla

VR Gorilla – Immersive virtual reality film productions from Amsterdam

We aim to create the most immersive, captivating virtual reality and 360° experiences imaginable and take you places you have never been. We want to tell stories like you’ve never seen and heard them before.

We make 360 degree video productions that are perfected to be experienced in high end VR headsets (like Gear VR and Oculus) as well as Cardboard and YouTube/Facebook 360. Our background as filmmakers give us the advantage of knowing how to tell a story and really captivate your audience. Obviously the rules are different in VR but still there is much that we gain from having this experience.


VR Gorilla
The inspiration to our brand’s name

May 2015 we – two filmmakers from the Amsterdam Film Company – traveled to Uganda to create the first ever virtual reality safari travel experience in collaboration with a Dutch/Ugandan touring agency, Matoke Tours. Our mission: to raise awareness about the troubling state the last remaining mountain gorillas are in.

The mountain gorilla is one of the most endangered species on this planet: approximately 800 of them are known to be alive today. None of them live in captivity, since mountain gorilla’s refuse to reproduce in a cage. In order to see the mountain gorilla you need to travel to the tripoint of Uganda, Rwanda and DR Congo. Here, in the Virunga massif and the Bwindi impenetrable forest, you may view these majestic creatures in their natural habitat… keep reading