Let’s Just Get This Over With


Viewable in 2D, 3D and 360° Virtual Reality.

There’s no reason to drag this out any longer. Let’s see what happens when we float the dual Canon 3D rig around on a DIY Steadicam. It’s wrapped around the sphere about 160 horizontal degrees, based on the amount of stereoscopic depth (to avoid hurting anyone’s eyes).
The noise you hear in the background is the air-conditioner blasting away during this rare southern California heat wave.
I have added some pretty wallpaper in the background for people who prefer to have 360 degrees of imagery in their 360° virtual reality videos.
This video is extremely important, since it will show how much camera movement you can get away with when you are out runnin’ and gunnin’, shooting a 3D video that will be wrapped this far around the sphere, so let’s take a really close look at it with our stereoscopic VR viewers like Google Cardboard and Gear VR.

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