about dividing lines 360:
Dividing Lines is a tour of the history of residential segregation in Kansas City, and its far-reaching impacts, in a three-part 360-video documentary.
The project was originally commissioned as a GPS-based audio driving tour and launched in 2018 for use by the Johnson County Library’s Race Project KC. During their annual symposium, Race Project KC would load over a dozen busses with students and take them on that original GPS-based driving tour. Then, when the COVID pandemic made bus-loads of anything a no-go, the library came back and commissioned us to translate the tour into an format that could be experienced by individuals at home.
Working again with co-producer Nathaniel Bozarth, we handled the planning, writing, and research. I was solely responsible for filming and editing the 360-video, and for animating the VR motion graphic overlays and titles.