Samsung Creators Awards are calling for 360 submissions across ten categories: Sport, Gaming, Culinary, Auto, 4D, Travel, Music, Fashion, Science & Tech, Causes.
They say “Are you a vlogger, filmmaker or VR pioneer? Share your whole story in 360— and show the world what’s possible with virtual reality. Show us what you’re passionate about, from travel to tech. No matter what you want to capture, there’s a category that’s right for your content. ”
Ten winners, one in each category, will collect $10,000 as a prize and 30 shortlisted entries will win a trip to NYC for a masterclass.
Submission date for is September 30th
The criteria for entry is very open.
You can find out more at SamsungCreators.com.
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