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|Forum Founder||DanSmigrod private msg quote post Address this user|
A Member of the Forum sent me this split screen VR video and asked me how this video was created.
First, I it because it actually shows what the person is looking at rather than the typical dual-eye 3D videos (that is impossible to explain the metaphor of VR.
The VR also looks like the pre-CoreVR solution which makes this video even better.
While I could imagine that an Android record screen app, what other techniques or tech were used to create this video?
Also, the transitions look smooth. Is that simply the person making slow, smooth movements?
What else can you share about this (terrific) video?
- MIT Technology Review (29 October 2015) An App to Capture Virtual Reality Videos with a Smartphone
- Emergent VR Raises #2.2 Million to Build the First Mobile Experience Sharing Platform
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|alx3D private msg quote post Address this user|
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|I would like to know as well.
Does anyone know if the transition from pano to pano like this will ever come to coreVR?
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|matthew private msg quote post Address this user|
|If it does not come alx3D i suppose that we have to look into browser alternatives and transfer the main VR recourses from a pc and not from a mobile.
I am already looking into it.
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|DannyBasting private msg quote post Address this user|
These kind of video's are super easy to create. All you need to do is cast your phone's screen to a TV using a Google Chromecast. You'll then record the TV screen and make a video of the person using the headset at the same time.
After that you can take both video's on to a video editing software, put them next to each other and make sure the timelines are in sync.
Hope this helps.
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