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Venice VR Experience now available!

MaebbieMaebbie Posts: 6
Brain Burst
edited August 2 in Showcase
I had the unique opportunity to see Venice just as it opened up again and shot tons of footage with a stero VR camera. The first video takes you on a ride through the Grand Canal:
https://creator.oculus.com/community/100233395107512/
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  • MushroomiesMushroomies Posts: 201
    Nexus 6
    edited July 31
    Not made to work on a Rift?  :'(
  • DaftnDirectDaftnDirect Posts: 6,363 Volunteer Moderator
    I've edited the original post to make the link work, sorry the restriction on adding links for new posters can be a pain.

    @Mushroomie, there's a link on the OP's YouTube channel to download the video, so you should be able to see it on the Rift via a movie player.

    Nice little trip in Venice at a very picturesque time of day! @Maebbie what camera did you use?
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  • MaebbieMaebbie Posts: 6
    Brain Burst
    Thanks! I used a Vuze Camera, I made sure lighting conditions were even at all spots, as these VR180 cameras tend to overblow easily.

    @Mushroomies as @DaftnDirect pointed out, I am also releasing to youtube 3 times a week to this playlist: 
  • MaebbieMaebbie Posts: 6
    Brain Burst
    @DaftnDirect btw could you edit the link in the OP to: https  creator(DOT)oculus.com/community/100233395107512/ a bunch of videos have been approved now might be easier t find them like that. thanks
  • DaftnDirectDaftnDirect Posts: 6,363 Volunteer Moderator
    Maebbie said:
    @DaftnDirect btw could you edit the link in the OP to: https  creator(DOT)oculus.com/community/100233395107512/ a bunch of videos have been approved now might be easier t find them like that. thanks
    Done  :)
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  • MaebbieMaebbie Posts: 6
    Brain Burst
    All videos have now been approved and can be found using the link in the Original Post.
    I have also made a map of all locations with links to each of the videos:

    google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=1LERWinuokFj7dfxfkB_5slqNLQhUU7vD&ll=45.436758770649284%2C12.332599918707844&z=15


  • MaebbieMaebbie Posts: 6
    Brain Burst
    I made one last video compiling all 30 static locations into 1 video. It shows you each location for 30 seconds.
    oculus.com/experiences/media/100233395107512/455040675453213/
  • Double_ShotDouble_Shot Posts: 127
    Art3mis
    I will definitely put this on the list to check out.  I recently did the Smithsonian VR tour of Venice and while the presenter was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the city (I did learn a lot.) the graphic quality was very poor.  Thank you for offering this to the VR community!
  • MaebbieMaebbie Posts: 6
    Brain Burst
    There is lots to consider when shooting VR video and as its a very new thing you kind of need to pioneer it. Its kind of like people who know what to look for are a lot in VR, but people who are a lot in VR are not really the kind to go outside and would not shoot videos and such. Hope you enjoy your vr trip!
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