Google Cardboard, spherical photos and new creative potential

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A day exploring beyond Lake Mountain, Victoria A 2D view of a spherical image. View it in a spherical viewer I was initially skeptical, but curious about Cardboard. I’m skeptical of immersive and virtual reality in education generally, but I do like the approach Google brings to many things. With a name like Cardboard, it undermines the techno wonderment of … Read More

3D video, virtual reality, augmented reality

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German card from the film “Polyester”, used in the Wikipedia article on Smell-O-Vision. A virtual reality development company has been promoting its work to RMIT recently, and one good thing to come out of it for us is some quick research and discussion. Howard Errey has shared his impressions of the promotion. I’m adding this post intending to look back and … Read More