Girl, part one: A moving story brought to life in 360° video by VR Playhouse
May 8, 2017
From video games to film and marketing, the rise of VR and augmented reality is changing the way people craft and consuming visual experiences. These fresh formats offer even more immersive, interactive ways to enjoy content across numerous industries. Exploring the brave new world of VR and AR presents lots of interesting opportunities and technical challenges for studios and individual creatives alike.
Foundry is dedicated to enhancing and streamlining the process of crafting amazing VR and AR visual content. Our ever-evolving tools—like Cara VR™ for Nuke®—help artists overcome technical barriers and bridge the gap into this new interactive landscape with ease. Join us as we delve further into exploring this fascinating new realm.
Cara VR really, really quickly became the backbone of the whole project.
Five choreographed BMW M2 sports cars. One supermodel. Sixty miles per hour. And 360 degrees of live-action video.Learn more
Beyond all the buzz and excitement, VR production is a nuanced new discipline. Foundry's Research Engineer Daniele Bernabei helps you navigate this brave new world of creation.Learn more