Immersive Storytelling with 360-Degree Video and 3D Virtual Reality
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- November 03, 2016 Enroll Now
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- Immersive Storytelling with 360-Degree Video and 3D Virtual Reality
- Originally Broadcast On:
- November 03, 2016
- Time Estimate:
- One hour for the main presentation and questions. Sometimes presenters stay longer to answer additional questions from participants.
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The recent explosion of 360-degree video and virtual reality has opened up new possibilities for visual storytelling. These emerging technologies enable storytellers to capture spaces and experiences from a new perspective, resulting in interactive and immersive content that transports media consumers into stories.
In this webinar, you will learn the basics of producing 360-degree videos, 360-degree photos and 3D virtual reality content. We'll help you find the best equipment, and share the best ways to use it all.
What Will I Learn:
- When and how to leverage 360-degree videos, 360-degree photos and 3D virtual reality for storytelling
- How to select a 360-degree camera
- How to capture 360-degree video and sound
- How post-production works with 360-degree video, and where to publish your content
- How to produce 3D virtual reality content
Who Should Take this Course:
Reporters, photographers, videographers, producers, editors, investigative journalists, and any other storyteller interested in immersive storytelling with emerging technologies.
As a journalism technologist, Ben Kreimer specializes in storytelling with drones, virtual reality, 360-degree video, 3D virtual reconstructions, and open source hardware sensor platforms. He brought 360-degree video to BuzzFeed as the first fellow in their San Francisco-based Open Lab, a media R&D space. Ben has co-produced many of BuzzFeed's 360-degree videos, including their first, which has received over six million views.
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Adobe Flash Player 11.2+
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