Temme's VR demo at the Social Good Summit hosted by Mashable and the United Nations Foundation, NYC.

Temme's VR demo at the Social Good Summit hosted by Mashable and the United Nations Foundation, NYC.

Temme (Tech + Femme) Media launched its company during UN week and dropped its debut VR film 'Mothers of the Atlas', a partnership with Qualcomm Wireless Reach and Trice Imaging that addresses rural maternal health issues in the Atlas Mountains, Morocco.

*For best VR results watch 'Mothers of the Atlas' with Google Cardboard, or as 360 Video on your YouTube Mobile App or via Samsung Gear Headset.

Temme will is geared at the development of female-focused content that leverages emerging technologies such as Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) for storytelling, and is poised to create quality content for brands across industries that range from technology, culture, career and social issues to fashion, beauty, travel and wellness, all geared towards strong, socially conscious women.

 Angie Davis, Producer at Temme, demoing Mothers of the Atlas on Samsung Gear in New York.

Angie Davis, Producer at Temme, demoing Mothers of the Atlas on Samsung Gear in New York.

The vision of Founder and CEO Sybil Steele, Temme was created to help shape and create the future of women as a collective force for good. The company’s production capabilities will provide access to diverse new technologies, giving clients innovative ways to reach and engage consumers.

“We are thrilled to produce meaningful content for companies who share our ideals,” said Steele. “Whether the objective is to entertain or to educate, Temme brings broad category experience, storytelling and production capabilities to help brands connect the dots in meaningful ways with the topics and issues their customers care about. Our world is changing rapidly and we believe a powerful female voice is needed in this sector.”

 Founder & CEO of Temme, Sybil Steele.

Founder & CEO of Temme, Sybil Steele.

Steele, who has more than twenty years of experience in production and projects focused on women’s issues, has worked with clients such as Elle Magazine, charity: water, Corona, the Assouline-published book Gypset Travel and CNN Hero 2011 Robin Lim.

For their first project, Temme was selected by Qualcomm Wireless Reach to produce a VR film about maternal health in Morocco. The film, Mothers of the Atlas, will debut in New York this week during the Social Good Summit and United Nations Solutions Summit. The film aligns with one of Temme’s core missions to help improve the global economic, health and social conditions for women.

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About Temme Media: Temme (Tech + Femme) Media is a production studio that uses VR and emerging technology to create, inform and inspire women’s journeys. The company was founded in 2016 and has offices in New York and San Francisco. To learn more about Temme Media, please visit www.TemmeMedia.com or visit us on Twitter or Instagram @temmemedia and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Temme-Media-524234557760202/.