VR in 3-D space

Why Volumetric VR Is The Real Future Of Virtual Reality

Cradling her 1-year-old baby girl, Reese, in the middle of a large, high-ceilinged soundstage draped in green fabric, a young mother named Ashley Martin Scott may literally be the face of virtual reality’s future. Scott and Reese are here to work on what in some ways is a VR interpretation of the groundbreaking Up documentary series, which has chronicled the lives of a group of Brits every seven years since 1964, when they were just 7 years old. It’s also a demo of a new VR filmmaking technique known as volumetric capture that many say is poised to eventually surpass 360-, or spherical video, the method most commonly used today. ….[READ]

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