What is VR360 video?
VR360.gr is an Athens-Greece based company of 360 Video experts. Our portfolio includes immersive and engaging videos combining cutting edge VR technology with creative ideas.
What is the major difference between monoscopic and stereoscopic video?
With monoscopic VR, 1 image is directed to both eyes, just like a regular image or video. With stereoscopic VR, there are 2 images, 1 for each eye. Stereoscopic VR more closely resembles the way we view the real world.
What is Monoscopic video?
To put it briefly, monoscopic 360-degree content (2D) are captured using a single lens camera. It’s cheaper to make and easier to produce. When viewed from a VR headset, a monoscopic 360 photo or video is immersive but looks a little flat. Everything seems to have the exact same distance away from you.
What is VR360?
360-degree VR (360-degree virtual reality) is an audiovisual simulation of an altered, augmented or substituted environment that surrounds the user, allowing them to look around them in all directions, just as they can in real life. 360-degree VR can be used for many purposes other than entertainment.
Are there any 360-degree movies?
Ashes To Ashes is a 10-minute 360 narrative project shot using the Jaunt One VR camera system. The Jaunt One uses an array of cameras to capture stereoscopic spherical video. This means the viewer can experience the film in 3D, creating a greater sense of immersion to the experience.
Is a 360-degree video virtual reality?
While Virtual Reality takes users into a digital world, 360 videos are live action, filming reality as it is seen at that moment. 360 videos are captured using special 360 degree cameras but can be viewed on any 360-compatible device, including various apps, smartphones, computers, and more.
Is VR just 360 video?
360-degree videos are immersive whereas the virtual reality is interactive. So, the timeline remains in the hands of the audience. The choice or selection of what is to be seen can be done more freely in VR as opposed to the 360-degree videos.