Throughout the Global Week to #Act4SDGs from September 17-28, MY World 360° is screening new augmented reality projects from Australia and Germany, along with a growing collection of virtual reality, 360° video and photography, and interactive 3D design projects that inspire action on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
As part of MY World 360°, a partnership between the United Nations SDG Action Campaign, Digital Promise, and Facebook Reality Labs, creators from around the world produce and feature thought-provoking immersive media projects that push the boundaries of what’s possible and open dialogue between the public and policymakers locally and globally.
Mt Resilience and Hear Me Out join the full 2021 MY World 360° collection as part of a newly re-launched MY World 360° Screening Guide, created to inspire conversation and action. The guide is meant for use at home, in-school classrooms, after-school programs, community-based organizations, and even online among distributed teams and networks of people interested in joining together to explore important issues that affect their communities and the world.
From augmented reality (AR) projects that raise awareness about gender-based violence and climate change impacts, to a 360° video documentary raising awareness of human mobility and displacement, the 2021 MY World 360° collection shares powerful perspectives and visions for a better world.
Host your own virtual immersive screening to inspire conversation and action on the SDGs using the #MYWorld360 collection below. Find out how and get involved at www.myworld360.org.
“I believe that Instagram and social media artistic tools play an important role in reaching gender equality. By using those platforms we reach a more global and inclusive community that will help women speak up and be heard.” – Eliane Eid
“One of our main goals as content producers is to foster discussion on inclusion in the labor market and how to bring it all over the world.” – Tadeu Jungle
A documentary raising awareness of human mobility and the Venezuelan displacement crisis.
Created by: Directed and written by: Juan Pablo Urgilés. Produced by: Caridian Niama, Camila Aulestia, Genesis Carrero, David Lucio, Juan Pablo Urgilés, Imán Transmedia (production company) with the support of UNHCR Ecuador Office, TechCamp Program, El Pitazo, Ecuador Chequea and Kaleidoscope. (Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador)
Related SDGs: 10, 11, 16
A short public service announcement about the effect that isolation and mass information can have on mental health.
Created by: Abigail Rosciglione, Esmeralda Estrada, Nimai V., Marcos T. Educator/Mentor: Andrés Diaz, Puerta 18 (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Related SDGs: 3
An experience of a sustainable world where riding your bicycle is safe, joyful, and healthy.
Created by: Pedro Amaral Reis, Rafael Bittencourt, Guilherme Novak, Marcela Ávila, Global Shapers Community Hub Porto Alegre, Fundação Thiago de Moraes Gonzaga (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
Related SDGs: 3, 11, 13
A trip into the protected natural forests of the Hainich National Park in Thuringia and the island Vilm in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.
Created by: Hauke Wulff, Johannes Ott, Marta Denker, Ben Yat-Fung Wong, Niklas Wienböker, Max Gausepohl (students at HAW Hamburg), Sandra Juette (Hamburg, Germany)
Related SDGs: 15
An immersive transmedia experience highlighting a village endangered by the mining industry.
Created by: Juan Manuel Peña, Julia Schmidt, Fundación Chasquis (Bogotá, Colombia)
Related SDGs: 3, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17