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We Made A First-Of-Its-Kind
VR Game
VR Game

How Virtual
Monsters Saved
Real Lives

How Virtual
Monsters
Saved
Real Lives

Through an educational VR game, we made invisible monsters—pollutants, bacteria, chemicals and trash—visible to children and taught them how to fight back with water filtration straws. Through the Hidden Dangers website, partners like TIME For Kids and social media efforts, we drove worldwide awareness and outreach for fundraising for WATERisLIFE.

Hidden Dangers

Using VR to teach

children is a smart

way to bring

real-world

problems—and

their solutions—to

the forefront

- Ken Surrite, Founder & CEO of WATERisLIFE

Using VR to teach children is a smart

way to bring real-world problems—and

their solutions—to the forefront

- Ken Surrite, Founder & CEO of WATERisLIFE

Under The Surface,
On The Web

Under The
Surface,
On The Web

Helping Kids See
What’s Hiding In
Plain Sight

Helping Kids
See What’s
Hiding In
Plain Sight

Another in a series

of forward-thinking

campaigns that

WATERisLIFE has run

- Founder & CEO of WATERisLIFE

Another in a series of

forward-thinking campaigns that

WATERisLIFE has run

- Founder & CEO of WATERisLIFE

Results

  • Time

    Reached over 3 million
    school children through
    pro-bono feature in Time
    Tor Kids Earth Day issue.
  • National Geographic

    Featured in National
    Geographic’s global Short
    Film Showcase.
  • FWA

    Received coveted
    innovation recognition as
    FWA of the DAY, the largest
    online award program.

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