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Since 1 July, visitors to the Müpa Budapest website and social media accounts have been able to watch video that gives them a 360-degree view of performers at the venue. Following unique footage of the Wagner in Budapest festival, you are now invited to take a glimpse into the world of the circus. Our second 360-degree video has been created in collaboration with the Recirquel Company and is the first step towards a futuristic concept that aims to reach a new audience of open-minded concert-goers through virtual and augmented reality. The three-minute clip was stitched together from media recorded by ten cameras to allow the viewer to marvel at the precise movements of the Recirquel artistes in 360 degrees and almost within touching distance. The sequence had to be repeated five times, which not only demanded enormous concentration and effort from the artistes, but also required them to follow a complex choreography.
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Sam1 yr ago
The cam is well hidden. Which editing tool dId you use? @MUPABUDAPEST
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Molly Scrogg1 yr ago
I can the the muscles! they are strong. people in Recirquel have perfect body
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impressive video! they are all skilled.
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