Tagged: Stereoscopy

The VR180 Video Owl: Recording Stereo 180 Degree VR

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSWhile at Vidcon, I ran into Mark W. Gray, and his daughter, Fiona, along with a very interesting owl. It is not really as much a prop as what it can do – create stereoscopic VR180 Video. YouTube Announcement at Vidcon – VR180 Last week I reported on YouTube announcements. One announcement dealt with VR180 (video link queued up for you). This is a form of video where you only see the front side of 360 video. Just like if you were there. Looking behind you won’t matter, as you see nothing past the first 180 degrees. For creators, this allows a focus on the important content – an interview being conducted, a race being run, band playing, etc. Stereoscopic VR180 If you own a VR unit such as Google Cardboard, Oculus, or another headset, you will be able to set...

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Using 360Heros for Oculus Rift 3D Video – NAB 2014

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSIn the first video, we got to see what the 360Heros system is all about. Now its time to put the video into production. That is where this station comes in with Oculus Rift glasses. Mike shows us how the 360Heros system will stitch together video for a 3D view of an event. It could be anything from a concert to a family gathering. Think of how this video can cheer a family member up if they were not able to attend an event. The Oculus Rift goggles are connected to the computer where video is played. I was able to spin around and see Mike’s living room as they were decorating a tree. Best part is with the live stream stitch software they are working on, by this time next year we may be able to experience a specific area...

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360Heros Creating 3D Video for Oculus Rift

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS*This is video 1 of a 2 part video While at NAB last year, I saw Mike running around the show with this device that turned multiple Go Pro Hero cameras into a 360 degree video of the show floor. This year Intel has invited 360Hero to come in and show people what they are doing to advance 360 video. I learned that 360Heros has been making multiple versions of the device. Just slip in the Go Pro Hero cameras and you can get a great view around your surroundings. This includes a view of the ground and sky. Their newer version of the 360Heros is called the 360 3D Video. What looks like a egyptian icon of a god, the 3D view places 12 Go Pro Heros into a configuration to not only take 360 degree video, but also 3D...

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