Over 60 years ago, one of Hollywood’s most successful directors was exploring storytelling in virtual reality. He just didn’t know that’s what he was doing.

Most people know Alfred Hitchcock as Hollywood’s Master of Suspense. Fewer people know that Hitchcock was also a life-long innovator who experimented with a number of formal cinematic techniques, from making a movie seemingly in one continuous take, as he did in 1948’s Rope, to the pioneering stereoscopic methods he used for 1954’s 3-D Dial M for Murder.Read Full Story Read more from fastcompany.com…

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