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Come hangout in the park, enjoy a little people watching, and listen to the far off sounds of a sunday trumpeter in a duet with the glittering of church bells.
Talking about all the new consumer-grade 360 cameras!
A dream train, A game train, A train train. The world is full of trains.
There are definite parallels between dreaming and VR. And, of course, VR and gaming are a “classic” combination. But, I have no idea what trains have to do with VR….
A Garden is Not a Concert. Andrea joins the trying out spherical video blogging club.
The Sound Fades But The Burnt Smell Lingers. Spherical vlog, Vi replying to Emily. Meant to be seen in virtual reality.
Dress Adventures. An SF Adventure and Ricoh Theta Review. Emily tries out spherical video blogging.
In episode 3 of the eleVR Talk Chat Show Thing, we talk to David Smith of Wearality, a VR headset company making VR headsets with incredible fields of view (170 degrees+) far exceeding what is available from any other manufacturer.
This video is part of a multidisciplinary work by Arletta Anderson, on dance, Mike Rugnetta, on audio, and Emily Eifler, on video. We worked with curator Ken Becker to create a site specific work at the Wattis Institute for Art in San Francisco where it was originally shown alongside live performance, projection and generated sound.
In episode 4 of the eleVR Talk Chat Show Thing, we talk to some of the people in Firefox’s webVR team about their project, while watching the sun rise over the Bay Bridge on the Mozilla roofdeck.
Episode 2 of the eleVR Talk Chat Show Thing. More talk-chatting about VR in VR with Andrea, Emily, and Vi.
We experiment with stop motion in the world’s first Virtual Reality animated GIF.
We talk-chat about virtual reality. In virtual reality.
3D spherical video of Hank and the Perfect Strangers live in concert at Slim’s.
An abstract stereo spherical video, containing many experiments in layering video.
Emily talks about VR video in the world’s first VR Vlog. Our first fully spherical stereo video was produced for Vidcon and asks you the question – What would you like to make for VR?
We explore the effect of different camera distances and angles on our brains ability to process things stereoscopically. Close cameras give the effect of everything else being very large; distant cameras make things small. 2 camera stereo.
Experiments in handheld stereoscopy. We explore wide eye angles for 3D tilt shift, while taking #3DSelfies on a roof! 2 camera stereo.
An experimental, partially spherical 3D video. This was recorded with a particularly hacked-together looking setup.
An introduction to the current state of Virtual Reality video in VR video form. Spherical, but not 3D. This was recorded with our 6 camera rig.
The most under-utilized direction in current VR content is up, so that’s where we went with our first real video. Emily narrates as we go on an unusual journey, blending the real and the virtual… We filmed full spherical 360 in various locations where it is pleasant to lie on your back and look at the sky, or look in any other direction if you wish.
A creepy homage to the hexaflexagon, Vi stars in our very first video, which was recorded in two camera stereo before we acquired sufficiently many cameras to do spherical video.