Video In The Toilet


This is an extremely important video. Please watch it with your favorite VR viewer and tell me if it causes motion sickness or vertigo.
Thanks.

Also uploaded to Facebook. Viewable in 2D, 3D and 360° virtual reality.

Created with Blender, Sony Movie Studio Platinum 13, Reaper and FFmpeg.

How Deep Is Too Deep?


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

Look at this Blender alien with your VR viewer (Google Cardboard, Gear VR, etc), and see if this much depth hurts your eyes.
The alien has twice as much depth (net deviation) as I typically use in my cubic illusions. Look at that belly!
Everything else in this 360° view looks totally flat. Turn your head all the way around and up and down to see the totally flat universe.

North, South, East, West, Up, Down


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

I have two things I want to check in this 360° Virtual Reality scene:
1) The gyros in our phones.
2) The “Up” and “Down” poles, where things get twisted and weird.

This static shot (no audio) will play for 5 minutes, allowing plenty of time to look around.

Created in Blender by following the steps in this video, VR rendering with Blender – VR viewing with VRAIS: https://youtu.be/SMhGEu9LmYw
4 Leaf Clover by uncle808us is licensed under CC Attribution: https://skfb.ly/CO7W

360 3D Virtual Reality Heaven


(A one-frame 3D video test in a 360 3D VR fractal globe.)

Unlike 360 3D VR hell, where there are no cubic illusions, or 360 3D VR earth, where you have to search for them like four-leaf clovers, 360 3D VR heaven is one continuous cubic illusion everywhere you look.

Created in Blender by following the steps in this video, VR rendering with Blender – VR viewing with VRAIS: https://youtu.be/SMhGEu9LmYw
Fractal Sphere by Ankor:
https://sketchfab.com/

Viewable in 3D and 2D.
For my 360 3D virtual reality projects, I am using Gear VR and Google Cardboard 2.0.