Don’t Look Down

posted in: Cinematography and Editing | 0

“Down” seems to be a recurring problem in VR film. We’ve talked extensively about the theoretical problems, from stereo to stitching distance, so today’s post looks at “down” from a content perspective, surveying what people have done so far. Here’s 11 ways to … Continued

eleVR Casual

posted in: A Video We Made | 0

So, we decided to start vlogging at each other with the easy-to-use Ricoh Theta cameras. They are available as torrents in full quality, or on YouTube (which won’t play them as spheres, yet, but someday soon). We’re in love with these little … Continued

Child

posted in: webVR | 0

A few weeks ago, I posted about spending my Christmas making an atmospheric snowy landscape for webVR. Over the next week, that landscape slowly gained a number of interactive elements until finally it got a win state and became a … Continued

webVR experiments

posted in: webVR | 0

Making webVR sites is now super easy, thanks to Mozilla’s webVR browser and three.js webVR boilerplate! All you need is to know a little javascript, or, alternatively, have your coworker be webVR pioneer Andrea Hawksley, and make sad puppy faces until she helps … Continued

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