Rush Hour is a Virtual Reality experience designed to transport viewers to the streets of Manhattan during the busiest hours of the day. Consisting of 360° video and an audio track of collaged conversations, recorded on the city's streets and in its subways, this narration is intended to be the composite voice of the city, guiding viewers through the crowd and encouraging a sense of identification and empathy with the strangers who pass by.

Amanda Gorman is a published author and the first ever Youth Poet Laureate of the United States of America. She's spoken around the country from the UN to the Library of Congress, alongside the likes of Lin-Manuel Miranda and Hillary Clinton Her first poetry book, "The One For Whom Food Is Not Enough", was published in 2015 by Pemanship Books.  She is Founder and Executive Director of One Pen One Page, which promotes literacy through free creative writing programming for underserved youth. She is a Harvard junior in the top of her class, and writes for the New York Times student newsletter The Edit.

Behind-the-scenes with students from the top visual art programs around NYC exploring new equipment techniques with Sony Artisans across all genres of visual story telling.