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October 6, 2015

Is Cinematic VR really Virtual Reality?

Above, is the by-the-book definition of Virtual Reality.

Thus, by default, VR is associated with a polygon rendered world, that inserts the audience or participant in and gives them tools to interact with this world. One camp of VR professionals believe this leaves no scope for mere ‘spherical video’ whether 4k or 8k or however ‘realistic’ to be called VR, even if said video is a faithful recording and visual representation of the real world or an imaginary one. Even if displayed using the same display device that polygon based VR worlds use (HMD or Wraparound projection screen or C.A.V.E)

After all –  these professionals argue [...]

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August 28, 2011

Emotional Recall for movie audiences, using Stereoscopic 3D.

Emotionally Enhanced Memories with S3D:

Can stereoscopic 3D imagery be a “trigger”? This line of thinking and proposition comes from method acting as used in Film and Theater, known as Emotional memory and Emotional recall.

This is an acting technique of recalling the psychological or emotional response to a past event to evoke or invoke a stronger emotion during an actors performance. Many times, remembering or recollection of a specific object, known as the “release object”,is what triggers the desired emotional response, such as tears.

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