Thursday, 7 October 2010

360 degree video

I thought this was amazing when I found this yesterday, and still do - especially as you control it and can look anywhere in real time. It must have taken some time and skill to make this, I bet getting over the original whole just "getting it to work" thing was a son of a gun.

46 comments:

  1. 360 degrees video... this may of took some time and skill to run but what I want to see is what insane hardware they used to do this... seriously wow.

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  2. Woah! That's really incredible. I'm really curious how they did that... Never seen something quite like it.

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  3. I also saw this yesterday, and even when i watch it again today i'm still really impressed... woah technology :V

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  4. Woawn that is impressive. Usually when you vids of concerts or music event you do not feel the ambiance. With this kind of 360 video, you definitely can!!

    F/S!

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  5. That is freaking AWESOME! Level of video control like never before.

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  6. I have to say, that is freaking awesome.

    How long until Google Street View turns into Google Street Walk, now? Live video of where you're supposed to be? Lol.

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  7. Lol what the hell? That's amazing. SPINNY SPIN.

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  9. wow, i wish there were a lot more videos like this out there :)
    really awesome

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  10. looks like it was filmed using something like the camera on the google street view cars, very neat to see it at a concert :)

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  11. holy shit thats unreal!! looks like an awesome party though

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  12. The software side is most likely more interesting than the hardware side...it's easy to record 360 degree video. It's a question of multiple cameras, viewing angles, and so on.

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  13. Amazing technology.
    It could develope in something very cool.

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  14. Holy CRAP THIS IS TRIPPY. Imagine in a few years. This will be in 4D. haha cant wait

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  15. you've got an interesting point here, good job with the post

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  16. wow I have never seen a camera like that before I dont know if I should be scared or amazed.

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  17. hmm, we had a project a little like this in class one time, its really well done

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  18. wow thats freakin cool i never seen anything like this before

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  19. I remember seeing this somewhere. What is the software they used called?

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  20. If it is the hardware, then it's incredible. Some kind of omnipresent camera, really tests the limits of human comprehension of media. I can see how this may similarly work on the software side too. Then again, the fact that the video is slightly grainy would suggest that there are thousands of tiny cameras attached to a sphere inside the housing.. thus giving the illusion that it is smoothly blending all perspectives together. Very impressive either way.

    Supportin'!

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  21. thats pretty cool, I can see everything

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  22. Very informative post, thanks for sharing. See you again.

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  23. this post is interesting but i understand

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  24. Nice work, I really like the capabilities of these new devices to take such picture and videos.

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  25. O_________O oh my god, this is mazing, i loved alot

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