Welcome to the inaugural edition of …now you know, our new series recapping the stories from the past month that you might have missed but blew up our internal Discord channel. Think of it like that care package you got from your Mom at summer camp, but instead of new socks and a bag of Skittles, it’s mind-blowing material from the world of immersive media, art and culture, and beyond. And if you don’t know what happened in March of 2021…
Chris Milk is an immersive media OG and his new project, Supernatural, has headset-owning fitness junkies working out on the side of a volcano.
How VR Fitness Apps Like Supernatural Could Change The Music Industry
an american love story
Our good friend Butch Walker has been spending his quarantine in the studio with a guitar, a keyboard, a ‘80s drum machine, and a vision of an album that covers the story of love and hate in our country.
Butch Walker, AMERICAN LOVE STORY (Live & Quarantined)
non stealable tokens
Where there’s big money there’s big criminal activity, and the hyper-fueld world of NFTs are turning out to be no different. Somewhere a Hollywood screenwriter is trying to make this into the next Ocean’s Eleven movie.
Reports of Stolen Art on NFT Marketplace Raise Issues for Crypto Collectors
god’s ready to have somebody click the shutter
Peter Fetterman’s new online series the Power of Photography is a powerful way to connect to the hope and peace that can from deeply studying the images that move us.
The Power of Photography Series
r.i.a.b. (rest in a bullet)
The Motorhead legend insisted that his ashes be placed in and delivered to his closest friends, proving that even in death Lemmy refuses to do anything close to ordinary.
Lemmy’s Ashes Were Placed in Bullets and Given to His Closest Friends