The Wayback Team is now planning to create another film to take people back to the summer of 1966, the World Cup Final.
The Wayback is a unique VR film series designed for people who live with Alzheimer and their carers.
Last year, the team released their first VR film featuring street scenes from the Queen’s Coronation celebrations to spark memories and conversations for those living with the disease and the reactions were fabulous.
Now the team has launched their second project at Kickstarter to fund the new film to help people relieve England’s World Cup win.
The Wayback team need to raise £60,000 until May 2nd, 2018 to complete the production process of this new thrilling film, which will be led by the project partners Grey London and Thomas Thomas Films.
Dan Cole, one of the project creatives said:
When we started The Wayback we wanted to help people relive positive memories in the hope it would connect them to the present day too. Seeing the positive reaction to the Queen’s Coronation films, we want to do the same around the summer of 1966 – and England’s World Cup win. It’s another chance to relive a moment of genuine celebration and happiness for millions of people.
Here is the Wayback VR’s first film:
The best way to watch this video is watching it on your mobile’s Youtube App. When the video opens in the app, click on the Google Cardboard symbol in the bottom right hand corner (looks like a pair of glasses).
The Wayback creators hope to produce the film in time for 2018 World Cup finals, which will start in Russia on 14th June.