• The Visionary Focus editing suite gives artists the tools and framework for taking advantage of what’s special about VR: the viewer controls the perspective and the scene can react to their choices.
  • By building the entire editing suite inside VR with two Wii nunchuk-style hand-held Razer Hydras for control, directors can seamlessly edit and watch their creations. It lets them maintain Focus. They can conjure a floating workspace and timeline, and physically grab clips to edit them or drag cameras around in an environment to set default viewing angles.
  • Everyone in VR I talk to, from investors to technology founders to content makers, say interest in producing VR experiences is exploding, especially amongst filmmakers. 11 of the 14 works in Sundance Film Festival’s experimental New Frontiers program feature virtual reality.

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