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That’s not to say You Tubers are aiming to leave anyone out, but it’s far easier to notice and respond to a message when they’re huge and colorful, and it’s hard to ignore them when there’s money attached.
UNLTD developed its own virtual reality camera to film Trinity in order to produce a show that could be considered immersive enough.We don’t know yet when will it be released but ‘selected partners’ will receive a pilot this coming fall.Source: UNLTD VR production studio, UNLTD, announced that it's developing the world's first interactive science fiction television show.There are only a few androids left on planet Earth and the story depicts the robotic resistance against an all-powerful singularity that intends to destroy them.John Hamilton, Trinity producer, promises the TV show will be an experience that would enable viewers to freely move around and interact in every episode in ways that have not been seen in the past.He currently consults for startups and media organizations. His popular titles include Our Virtual Shadow: Why We Are Obsessed with Documenting Our Lives Online (TED Books 2013) and Porn & Pong: How Grand Theft Auto, Tomb Raider and Other Sexy Games Changed Our Culture (Feral House 2008), both included in several university curricula, as well as the coffee table book Playboy’s Greatest Covers (Sterling Publishing 2012).
Damon has spoken at TED and has been featured on CNN, NPR, C-SPAN, and other outlets.
You can have an idea of the beautiful aesthetics of this live action show by watching the 2D trailer, it combines a mix of interactive engines, high-end visual effects, and 360 scripting.
It’s good to see that good VR content is being developed for all available platforms for a change, this is quite unusual in the virtual reality industry.
VR production studio, UNLTD, announced that it’s developing the world’s first interactive science fiction television show.
The studio announced Trinity, a TV show set in a distant future where mankind has gone completely extinct.
Virtual reality was everywhere at last week’s South by Southwest Conference in Austin, TX. I always stumble on useful insights I wouldn’t get elsewhere. Then I realized that when I turned my head, I had a full 360-degree view of the room.