BBC Earth – Micro Kingdoms: Senses, the groundbreaking Magic Leap experience created by PRELOADED & BBC Studios, has won the award for Most Innovative Factual Program/Project at the World Congress of Science & Factual Producers (WCSFP). 

WCSFP celebrates excellence in science, history and factual storytelling projects that demonstrate exceptional creativity and originality in either storytelling, production, technical or visual presentation. 

“It is a massive honour to be recognised by the World Congress of Science & Factual Producers” said Phil Stuart, Founder and Creative Director of PRELOADED, “Micro Kingdoms is a great example of when emerging technologies and factual storytelling join forces to engage audiences with stories that matter. We’re so happy that the WCFPS celebrates those achievements across all industries”.

Doug Hope, Executive Producer, Natural History Unit, BBC Studios previously commented: “The ambition of the BBC Studios Natural History Unit is always to connect new audiences in new ways to the wonders of the natural world – with this project we are achieving that in a way that we never dreamt was possible.”

BBC Earth – Micro Kingdoms: Senses for Magic Leap is a PRELOADED & BBC Studios co-production. Developed by PRELOADED in collaboration with BBC Studios and their Natural History Unit and funded by the Magic Leap Independent Creator Program, the experience follows BBC Earth: Life in VR, developed by the same team and winner of the 2018 Google Play Award for “Best VR Experience”.

You can download the experience on Magic Leap and read the full list of WCSFP winners here

Jessica Taylor

Jessica Taylor is Managing Director at Preloaded. She is passionate about the transformational power of AR, VR and games, building teams and getting big projects off the ground.