Call for VR Strategy Paper Abstracts

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We are pleased to announce the call for abstracts for the Research Strategy Paper Showcase at the Virtual Reality Strategy Conference 2016 (VRS). VRS showcases cutting-edge research that in past conferences has been featured in top media outlets throughout the world, and has even changed the way virtual reality initiatives are analyzed (and are greenlit 😉 ). The showcase is … Read More

VRS Speaker Spotlight – Pete Blumel, The Rogue Initiative

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Pete Blumel, CEO of The Rogue Initiative, explains how virtual reality tech can enhance the moviegoing experience. Pete will be taking the stage at VRS on Wednesday, November 2nd. Get a taste of his views on Bloomberg West: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/videos/2016-07-22/should-more-filmmakers-use-virtual-reality-technology

Gearing Up for VRS: Three Things You Needed to Know in August

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Lytro Releases First Footage Shot By VR Light Field Camera Lytro publicly released its first footage from its light field camera, Immerge. Light field cameras capture images with a sensor similar to video or photography cameras, but can reconstruct the image captured in 3D through measuring light rays hitting the sensor. This reconstruction process allows for the adjustment of focus after … Read More

#VRS2016 Panel to Discuss Implications of 360-Degree Video Advertising

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Snapchat, the photo-sharing service turned social media network, published a 360-degree video advertisement last week to promote Sony’s premiere of “Don’t Breathe.” The ad was a short 10 second clip that leads to the full experience. An important, and oft-overlooked aspect of the campaign is that the video is not housed on the app. Instead, Snapchat users had to swipe up to … Read More