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A Clever Label (Steam VR)

A Clever Label (Steam VR)

A Clever Label (Steam VR)

VR Shop Score – Bronze Award

System: Valve Index & HTC Vive
Price at Time Of Review: Free
Comfort Rating: Green (No Movement)
Genre: Interactive Experience
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Sitting, Standing, Room-Scale
Multi-Player: No
Age Rating: 15+


Description: There are highly organised, well-connected, well-funded, secretive organisations using Christianity as a smokescreen and LGBTQI people as a focus for fear, uncertainty and doubt, in order to wield hidden influence on the social and democratic fabric of Australia. A Clever Label is a documentary experience that enables audiences to unearth hidden connections between anti-equality lobbyists, senior Australian politicians and international organisations. Unlike a traditional documentary with a fixed narrative and one-way communication, Documentary host Michela Ledwidge invites audiences to independently follow threads that intrigue them to form their own conclusions.

Review: A Clever Label is a 10-minute long political experience that talks about anti-LGBTQI lobbyists and their links to Australian Christians. It shows data lines and other graphics to explain their findings and connections between the two things. The good news is that it is free so you won’t have to pay anything to try it out, but you would only really bother downloading this if it was something you felt strongly about. It’s an interesting use of VR I suppose and to be fair it is well made, but not something that got my interest nor am I willing to recommend it to anyone due to the sensitive and highly controversial topic of debate within it. But someone out there will like it. Just not me personally.

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