Emily Pelland is a senior Multimedia Journalism undergraduate student at Morgan State University and creates social justice documentary films. She has worked with Professor Joel Beeson and Professor Dana Coester on “Fractured Tour: An Immersive VR Tour of Selma’s Divides,” which is a virtual reality/annotated reality (VR/AR) documentary experience that can be viewed through the app called “Fractured Tour” and a VR headset.    

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Emily Pelland used a Ricoh Theta S to create this 360° self-portrait in Granite, Maryland.
Emily Pelland used a Ricoh Theta S to create this 360° self-portrait in Daniels, Maryland.