Amnesty International Unveils Incredible VR Experience Showing the Devastation in Syria

Made by U.S. design and tech agency Junior

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It's been said virtual reality might be the ultimate empathy machine, allowing people to see through the eyes of others and better understand their struggles. A new campaign by Amnesty International U.K. and San Francisco design and technology agency Junior visits a people and place most in need of that empathy—in a stunning VR experience showing the effects of the Syrian government's barrel bombing of its own country.

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