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NCTech: How We Got to Here from There Formed in 2011, NCTech designs and manufactures leading 360 degree immersive reality imaging systems that streamline the workflow of image documentation and can be used repeatedly, accurately and consistently by anyone, anywhere. This is the story of how we got to where we are today and what… Read More

Indiecam

INDIECAM: RAW, HDRi and HDSDI Cameras for Professional Virtual Reality Film Production At IVRPA 2017 Raphael will talk about the latest updates in the nakedEYE VR-film camera system as well as the indieDICE cameras for live-VR productions. These include RAW and HDRi workflows, as well as HDSDI connectivity. nakedEYE is a tiny production-proven professional VR-camera.… Read More

Facebook360Live

Hands-on with Facebook Live 360 and Spatial Audio Learn more about Facebook’s latest 360 launch: Live 360, and how we’re bringing spatial audio into 360 video and Live 360 to enhance the viewer’s immersive experience. In this workshop lead by people from our Product and Engineering team, you’ll get hands-on experience with the cameras and… Read More

5minutes

Live! Making a Virtual Reality Story in 5 Minutes The OntoVR team has been challenged to create in only 5 minutes a complete virtual reality story to appear online during their presentation. Will they succeed? Come to Vienna and find out! Using compelling storytelling, visionary directors, and advanced VR production technology, OntoVR’s mission is to… Read More

3DPano

Workshop: How To Make 3D Spherical Panoramas Thomas Sharpless has made a lot of stereoscopic 3D panoramas and has developed software that helps PTGui stitch them accurately. He will reveal all the details of a practical stereo work flow, from shooting the photos to publishing on the web and VR apps. The Stereo 3D workshop will… Read More

Traugott

Drones for 360 Degree Video Production This talk presented by Traugott Emrich will cover: Drone basics Benefits of using drones for 360 degree video production Types of drones Practical Experiences Q&A http://www.aerofotografie.de http://www.luftpano.de/ http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/8451 https://www.360cities.net/image/panotoolsmeeting2011-07 Presented by:

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Anti Limited Immersive photo and CG-based 360° and Virtual Reality solutions Joby Catto shares insights and experiences shooting studio-based vehicle object VR and 360° photography for Renault and Nissan. The talk will cover technical, operational and practical considerations and experiences – shooting a range of vehicles from electric cars to trucks and vans – as… Read More

Henryart1

With reports suggesting that VR could generate $70 billion by 2020, it’s not surprising to see major media companies publishing VR stories as fast as they can. However, telling stories using 360-degree spherical video poses some interesting problems, and there are a growing number of articles questioning the validity of 360-degree spherical video techniques for storytelling in journalism and documentary filmmaking. Read More

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One of the main issues shooters face when shooting 360 VR, is that uneven camera movements can make the viewer feel uneasy and even nauseous. Jerky movements coupled with rolling shutter can also make it very hard to stitch a 360 together, introducing errors that are time consuming to try to rectify. For this reason most high end professional VR shooting up until now has been done from a fixed position. If the camera is moved it is done on a dolly, track or specialised buggy. Read More

Kolor-Prague2015

See Alexandre Jenny’s presentation from IVRPA Prague 2015 Conference here – In the last 6 months, quite all major actors in the technology industry were focused on only one field: VR. Vr is mainly composed of 2 type of contents: Computer generated media like in the game industry and immersive media like 360 images and… Read More

Nctech-image

With the rise in 360 degree popularity fuelled by the creation of immersive viewing systems, what was once a selective choice for businesses, 360 degree images are becoming a “need to have”. Fully automatic 360 degree hardware solutions are the key to harvesting data quicker and easier than ever before. Allowing photographers to capture in… Read More