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Tervis Tumbler 360: A Family Business
You probably have one in your cupboard. Maybe on your desk at the office. You might have a favorite that you bring with you in the car or anywhere you go. It’s the place that most people nowadays keep their favorite drink stored at all times. Since they first came onto the scene in 1946, Tervis Tumblers have become more popular than ever. Ever wonder what goes into making the world's most famous cup? Learn about the company's history in this behind the scenes 360 video from their headquarters in Venice, Florida.
Defying the Nazis VR
A companion piece to the film by Ken Burns and Artemis Joukowsky, premiering Sept. 20th on PBS Imagine, as a child, leaving everything you know behind—your family, your home, even your native language. In this virtual reality companion piece to Ken Burns’s and Artemis Joukowsky's documentary “Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War” premiering Sept. 20 on PBS, you'll do more than imagine—you'll flee Nazi France and step inside a boat traveling from Portugal to the United States, to see what it might have been like to travel alongside other young refugees seeking freedom in America. The saviors responsible for this daring rescue mission: Waitstill and Martha Sharp, a Unitarian minister and his wife who left their own children behind with their Wellesley, Mass., parish for two years while they risked their lives saving hundreds of refugees seeking asylum from the Nazi occupation across Europe. This powerful full CG VR experience includes an opening letter from Martha read by actress Maria Bello, along with narrat
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