Creating quality immersive experiences in the continually evolving landscape of VR requires a working knowledge of all the available tools and techniques. Legend VR Supervisors Ryan Cummins and Mike Hopkinson discuss the important choices and considerations to make when creating VR experiences. Join us as they navigate from pre- through post production to pose the right questions and provide practical insight.
Legend VR offers full-scale virtual reality creative, production, and post-production solutions – from concept to final color – for all types of 360-degree and VR content. Its extensive staff works closely with creative agencies and directors to develop and storyboard both live action and CG content and with producers, creative directors, production designers and DPs on-set to capture the most effective images for both 2D and 3D 360-degree content.
The company’s cutting-edge work is helping define and design the new narrative of 360-degree storytelling and has played an integral role in some of the most buzzworthy VR content of late for clients like Lionsgate, Warner Brothers, Apple Music, Annapurna Pictures, Hulu, and Tidal. Other recent projects include The Click Effect, a film that premiered in January at the Sundance Film Festival for which Legend performed stitching, VFX, and 3D functions, and “Take Flight,” from The New York Times’ Great Performers series for which Legend completed CG/VFX work, stereo conversion, on-set capture of talent, color correction, and final 360-degree rendering.
Find out more about Legend: http://legend3d.com/vr/
Part of a presentation series at NAB 2017, hosted by Mettle: