VeeR Presented at IVRPA
The International Virtual Reality Photography Association is an international association of professionals who create and produce 360° interactive, immersive images and video. This year, IVRPA was held in Tokyo, Japan, one of the most populous metropolitan areas in the world that has a great mix of innovations in technology, science, and culture.
The 13th annual Conference featured 4 days of talks, workshops, panels, exhibitors and other events where visitors could learn from and meet the leaders of the VR industry. As a leading global VR platform, VeeR VR was excited to present its VR sharing platform VeeR as well as its recently launched VeeR Experience at IVRPA. VeeR CEO Ayden Ye also shared insights on VeeR’s VR content creator ecosystem, how to use VeeR’s latest Experience Editor to create immersive VR stories, and how creators will get monetized with the platform. Take a look at which of the VeeR creators we have ran into at IVRPA.
I founded LIFE in 360 initially as a blog platform to inspire 360 photographers of all skill levels to create mind-bending tiny planet photos. Two years later, we’re now evolving into a business that sells educational content as well as working on projects alongside some of the leading international 360 companies and startups.
Gear 360 2016 vs. Gear 360 2017 – Video Comparison (4K) by Ben Claremont on VeeR
Hugh Hou, co-founder of CreatorUp, a global digital storytelling academy, is a 360 videographer specializing in 360 / VR Content production / education. He teaches VR filmmaking and Post-Production on one of the largest 180/360 VR educational YouTube channels – CreatorUp. His 360VR commercial clients include Google, Red Bull, GoPro, Adobe, Mastercard, WeWork, Insta360, Humaneyes VUZE, Radiant Images, LACOSTE and more. His latest VR short / documentary is featured in The Peoples Film Festival and was showcased at VRLA. You may also check out his interview: Hugh Hou: Professional YouTuber and 360 Videographer.
MSCLS DJ set plus Splash House June 2017 Sexy recap by Hugh Hou on VeeR
If you’re any familiar with the 360/VR community at all, there’s one name you cannot have missed: Michael Ty. He’s the founder of 360 Rumors, the biggest 360 product review website, where he’s published 1,700 news, reviews, and tutorials about 360 cameras and VR. With this interview Learn from the Great: VR Masterclass with 360 Rumors, we hope to offer you an insider look into how Michael’s 360 photography/review career took off and evolved over time.
Learning to ski (Nikon Keymission 360) by Michael Ty on VeeR
Al Caudullo’s multiple award-winning careers have spanned over 30 years of video production including excellence in HD, 3D, 4K UHD and now 360VR. His career highlights include – including ground-breaking work in Videowalls – the 72nd Annual Academy Awards, the World Film Premiere of “Star Trek Insurrection,” and the 100th US Open PGA Golf Championship. During the Official Washington DC Millennium Celebration, Al served as Special Consultant and equipment supplier for President and Mrs. Clinton. His 360 VR work includes Celestica, Getty Images 360, Bill Gates Notes. These are just a few clients who have utilized Al’s unique vision for the conception of new and compelling storytelling.
AsiaParkour-by-360AsiaVR by Al Caudullo on VeeR
VeeR VR is a leading VR content platform with the mission of empowering everyone to create and share virtual reality content. Within a year of its establishment, it’s become a phenomenon sweeping through the 360 community, and has been featured on Google Daydream, Samsung Gear VR and HTC Vive. While we believe that VR is the future of storytelling, and want to encourage all VR lovers to create beyond boundaries.