It’s hard to believe that this fly-through is done in real-time in Google Earth. It’s even more difficult to believe that it’s all running through the browser.
This execution combines some products like this one: http://www.fourthwall.ca/2014/04/augmented-reality-sandbox-with-real-time-water-flow-simulation/ to create an incredible driving experience in VR.
Shopify did a great job with creating a virtual set where you can design a t-shirt and use the virtual design to print on a “real-world” t-shirt.
There isn’t a ton of data available on this project which executed by ESI Design. On the surface the details are simple. LED video walls with beautiful creative respond to motion of people walking through the lobby.
This is a great collaboration of artists, designers, developers and musicians. It also helps to have some sponsor commissioned work by The Verge and HP. Check out the link below for individual installations.
The game looks great and I wonder how it would feel like on the HTC Vive where you can actually move away from the object.
Now this is something that I sure hope is going to remain fiction… TOO MUCH INFORMATION!
This isn’t digital and it doesn’t need to be. Very effective and simple. This is a great idea for an application; embed different sculptures and produce a single, multi-angle installation.
There are quite a few high end 360 video rigs out there now. High end also means over $15k in terms of commitment. The long awaited Omni rig’s 360 video is impressive at a 1/3 of the cost. It also comes with great software allowing you to edit the resulting 360 video.