Virtual Reality at American Idol Finale
Epicenter VR’s Joseph Itaya took his VR cameras to meet up with Fox 11’s Julie Chang for American Idol’s Red Carpet finale.
Epicenter VR puts videos together by utilizing 10 Go Pro cameras combined in one as one camera so that the viewer is able to see all directions.
You’re able to view a new world if you have Facebook’s app by utilizing their 360-degree player.
Joseph is a director that likes to work hands on and he’s been in the film industry for a long time. When he talked about virtual reality recently, he said, “We think this is one of the most organic ways to consume media. A hundred years ago, I’m sure people were asking the same question when televisions first came out.”
You’re also able to experience the Refugee VR experience in Century City, California at the Annenberg Space for Photography center. It starts on April 23rd and goes through August 30th.