Inspiration Whale

Powering a Transformative Experience with Dell

​Using advanced technology to reveal our impact on an ancient form of life, Dell and its Social Good Advocate, Adrian Grenier, have partnered to create a new virtual reality experience, “Cry Out: The Lonely Whale Experience.”

The purpose of the VR experience is to demonstrate Dell/Alienware + AMD leadership in VR and how technology can educate and inspire action about critical environmental issues. Alienware Area 51 desktops featuring AMD's Radeon™ Fury X graphics deliver the incredible power that will help transport viewers into the film’s intensely realistic environment.

An underwater VR expedition created by 3D Live on Dell Precision workstations with AMD FirePro™ W9100 graphics and powered by Alienware Area 51s with AMD Radeon™ R9 graphics and HTC technology, “Cry Out: The Lonely Whale Experience” transports viewers into the depths of the sea to witness underwater life and how pollution has disrupted it. The collaboration seeks to educate audiences about the work of Grenier’s Lonely Whale Foundation, a non-profit focused on bringing people closer to the world’s oceans through education and awareness, inspiring empathy and action for ocean health and the wellbeing of marine wildlife. It is a multi-sensory experience with the 360-degree panorama of HTC Vive headsets augmented by Subpac tactile bass system, and MX4D motion platform seating with movement, wind, mist and other realistic sensations.

For more information on the topics of focus, such as ocean noise pollution and plastics, and to get involved and help further the work visit

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