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Help with My Matterport/GSV Art Project?6823

DanSmigrod private msg quote post Address this user
Hi All,

I could use your help ...

This Thursday (26 April 2018), I have a Matterport/GSV shoot at Georgia's Premier Virtual Reality Arcade.

My goal is to make the GSV version go viral. To accomplish this, I will mashup my passions for 3D Tour photography and glamour photography (one of my hobbies).

I plan to have my Muse in various action poses in each VR Game station.

(Since she will be wearing an HTC VIVE VR Viewer, I will not need to blur her face for GSV.)

Your thoughts on "what else" I can do to "trick-out" the 3D Tour experience in an artistic and imaginative way? (For the Matterport 3D Tour version, I will use MatterTags (video, links, etc.)

By the way, if I did not add my Muse, this space would look super-dull because each game station is a 10x10 empty space. There's not much to see because the gaming experience takes place virtually!



P.S. The last time I did a Matterport + My Muse was in August 2014: nearly four years ago.
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Wonderdawg private msg quote post Address this user
How about using any gels with modeling lights? Could have a nice photoshoot with stills using to help where possible on the stills. Very cool project!
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DanSmigrod private msg quote post Address this user

Gels for the Matterport Camera? Modeling lights for the space?

I will just have the model - and the space - long enough for the Matterport shoot. It's a tight window at best. Thanks for the offer though ...


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Photo: The owner, my muse and me at iSIMU VR today (Thursday, 26 April 2018). Photo by June. (Art direction by me )

Hi All,

Had a fun, great, artistic shoot today (Thursday, 26 April 2018) with my muse.

5.5 hour shoot for about 1,000 SQ FT: 3 hours of just the space and then 2 hours with my muse "sprinkled" through-out the Virtual Reality Arcade. [I walked 3.9 miles | 10,303 steps]

I look forward to sharing it with you next week.


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I’m looking forward to seeing it! We (as an industry) seem focused on the tech side of thing, perhaps at the expense of artistic exploration. What are the artistic boundaries of the Pro2 and various mashups? I’d love seeing others creative efforts.
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Artistic Exploration. I like that phrase.

Above is a Matterport SnapShot from the shoot.

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3D Tour: Glam Gamer at iSimu VR in the greater Atlanta Area

Hi All,

Should I add a highlights reel or let people discover the Glam Gamer?


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