For families who have been separated by immigration or deportation, sometimes a calling card is the only connection to home. That’s why filmmakers and producers Frisly Soberanis and Alvaro Morales created The Family Reunions Project. It’s a virtual reality project where a person in the United States can put on goggles and headphones, and watch a 360-video message from their loved ones abroad—essentially video postcards but much more immersive.
Soberanis and Morales tell Latino USA how their project came together.
Featured image by The Family Reunions Project