LOS ANGELES, CA (FOX 11) - Joseph Itaya with Epicenter VR brought his Virtual Reality cameras to hang out with FOX 11’s Julie Chang on the American Idol Red Carpet finale. Epicenter VR stitch together video from 10 Go Pro cameras as one single video camera, allowing the viewer to see in every single direction.
You can see the video below:
If you have the Facebook app on your mobile phone, their built-in 360-degree viewer will allow you to have a window into another world.
Joseph also had another big event in Hollywood Thursday night, premiering a feature film in Los Angeles called, "Lost and Found". Joseph wrote the film.
Joseph is a hands-on director guy and has been involved in storytelling and filmmaking for a while. When talking about virtual reality, Joseph says, "We think this is one of the most organic ways to consume media. A hundred years ago, I'm sure people were asking the same question when televisions first came out."
You can also experience the Refugee VR Experience at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Century City, California from April 23rd through August 30th.
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