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Virtual Reality Photography, VR 3D 360 Photo.

From the web to your mobile phone, an experience to be seen on your VR Gear.

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How it works.

When you visit the web from your mobile phone the 360º VR 3D photos are displayed as 2D photos, but clicking on them will activate the virtual reality engine, once activated click on “ENTER VR” and now you can use your VR GEAR.

“You’ll see the difference right away… 3D adds volumetrics to the photo, you’re really going to believe you’re there…”

 

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Market Niche

This new audiovisual communication product has infinite applications: Photojournalists will show us the harshness of reality, Real Estate agencies will sell properties from their website, Travel influencers will take us to exotic places, Children will learn the history of civilizations and art in a new and passionate way, Great museums will be visited from the other side of the world, everything you can imagine. There are no limits…

 

HOTELS

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CULTURAL SPACES

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TOURISM BOARDS

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MUSEUMS

PulMun

PROTECTED NATURAL AREAS

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How we do it.

The technique “Rotational Stereopanoramas” presented by the photographer Javier Baranano during the IVRPA annual congress held in Tokyo in 2108, is a revolutionary technique that socializes the production of stereocopic panoramas.

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The great advantage of this capture technique is that only one camera is needed.

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If you use a Full Frame camera and 8mm optics, you will obtain a truly professional result, but you can also use any of the 360º video cameras on the market, such as Gopro Fusion, Insta 360º One/X, Ricoh Theta, Kodak Pixpro, Nikon Keymission, Samsung Gear 16/17, Xiaomi 360, Garmin VIRB 360º, LG 360º Cam, etc.

To perform this technique you will only need your camera, a tripod or a monopod (recommended) and a photographic kneecap.

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TRAINING

The personalized course is made on-line, it has an approximate duration of two weeks and an amount of 90€, at the end you will be able to make VR 3D 360º Photos, and how to publish them in different platforms.

The course is divided into four parts:

  • Preproduction
    • We will configure your tripod, we will learn to level it and to use the correct height of the camera for each stage, and to respect some safety norms, then we will install the photographic rotator and we will learn to use it taking photographs every 30º, 45º and 60º.

 

  • Production
    • Once your new RIG is adjusted, we’ll learn three different production techniques that we’ll use for indoor, outdoor and landscape. Each of these techniques employs a different interaxial distance and requires that we take a greater or lesser number of photos, with different off-sets.

 

  • Postproduction
    • SGO-Mistika-VRFor post-production we will use Mistika VR, a “soft” that is mainly dedicated to VR video, and which has been perfect for VR 3D 360 photos. We will do the course during the month of “evaluation” granted by the software manufacturer, and we will configure it to work almost completely automatically.  All you have to do is import photos, select a preset, make simple adjustments and the  VR 3D 360º  will be ready to be saved.

 

  • Publishing
    • We will prepare the photos for publication, adjusting them to the needs of each platform, learning to publish on the web, image banks, Oculus applications or platforms where virtual tours can be created in 3D.

 

It is a very practical and totally personalized course, I will ask you to take photos and send them to me, I will see them and I will ask you for others a little more difficult, when you master the capture we will move to postproduction, I will teach you how to download Mistika VR and together we will learn how to configure it to work automatically with your camera.

Javi Baranano.

 

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