Hollyoaks Spoilers: Virtual Reality Gives You the Advantage to Figure Out the Victim First | VR Life

Hollyoaks Spoilers: Virtual Reality Gives You the Advantage to Figure Out the Victim First

 

Not minding how you feel about it, it was bound to happen. With Silas Blissett and Lindsey Butterfield being on the loose – another murder is verge of rocking Hollyoaks this month and you will be able to access the Hollyoaks murder scene via a 360 video, first in a soap – and enjoying also, an immersive virtual reality experience!

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The #Hollyoaks360 series was kicks off by the launch of the video which allows viewers unprecedented behind the scenes access to the show. Former Hollyoaks actor, turned Brandwidth producer, Matt Littler [Max Cunningham] shot the first film in the series on Nokia’s Virtual Reality camera, the Nokia OZO. This promises a new experience for Hollyoaks soap lovers via Virtual Reality.

The Nokia Virtual Reality camera records the full 360 sphere using 8 lenses, along with 8 matched microphones for 3D audio. The footage can be viewed on YouTube. It also allows those using a Virtual Reality headset like Google Cardboard to truly experience being inside a Hollyoaks set. Such an experience will produce sweet sensations in the heart of the viewers.

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Meanwhile, the beauty is that you may be able to uncover who is for the chop before it hits your screen with clues littered around the Roscoe household. You get to figure out first hand victims.

As Lindsey seeks Silas’ help, spectators will see that the likes of Freddie, Kim, Mercedes and Joe are in the most danger – however, there is nothing to say that they are the only potential victims. Of course, there will be surprises, but you certainly will have a clue.

The consequences of Silas and Lindsey teaming up will air in the week commencing from Monday 16th May and by then you already may have done your sleuthing alongside DS Thorpe. Get prepare and stay tuned as you relish the experience.

 

Speaking of the brand new viewer experience, producer Bryan Kirkwood enthused: ‘I am really excited that Hollyoaks’ first use of immersive 360 filming has been in one of our biggest ever storylines. It’s so important that soaps keep on finding new ways to engage the audience across all platforms and deliver twists and surprises both on and off-screen.’

Opportunity abounds with virtual reality like never before for soap viewers. The Hollyoaks first use of 360 filming attest to the innovation that virtual reality is probable manifesting.

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Producer Bryan Kirkwood emphasis centered on the opportunity that keeps evolving for soap. This is so important because VR presents soaps another avenue to keep engaging the audience.

Another not so obvious but very important contribution of virtual reality to soap opera is that gives roam for innovation among the producers. Apart from this, it opens up more markets.

And, for the viewers, the advantage is endless. Nothing comes near the sensation you get when you have the cinema brought to your face. It is certainly sensational.

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Not minding how you feel about it, it was bound to happen. With Silas Blissett and Lindsey Butterfield being on the loose – another murder is verge of rocking Hollyoaks this month and you will be able to access the Hollyoaks murder scene via a 360 video, first in a soap – and enjoying also, an immersive virtual reality experience!

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