Zero Point is First 3d Film for Oculus Rift

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Condition One said they shot the film using custom-built VR cam gear, which captured 360-degree video and audio of various settings such as a serene beach, the bustling halls of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), and intense military training at Camp Pendleton.

“Zero Point,” a documentary profiling the pioneers of virtual reality, will be released on Oct. (Zero Point Is First 3d Film for Oculus Rift)

28 and distributed by Steam. Oculus Rift dev kit owners will have exclusive access to the film on their VR headsets at a discounted price of $11.99 from the release date until Nov. 2, after which the price will increase to $14.99.

Danfung Dennis, who received an Academy Award nomination for Best Documentary Feature in 2012 for “Hell and Back Again,” created and directed the 15-minute film. Condition One characterized “Zero Point” as an immersive experience that transports viewers into the future of virtual reality.


Undoubtedly, CEO Brandon Iribe has portrayed his aspirations for the engineering as the contrast between being the following Gameboy, “or would we like to be iphone or Android?”

A month ago, Oculus uncovered its third-era headset, code named Crescent Bay, at its Oculus Connect meeting. The Crescent Bay unit is lighter than the at present accessible Oculus Dk2, and new sensors incorporated into the headset’s back include 360-degree following to the gadget. The cutting edge Oculus likewise guarantees stronger optics with a higher invigorate rate and higher screen determination.

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