Rapid VR views the big picture on 360-degree movies

By November 3, 2014March 24th, 2020Newswires

By Chris Griffith 

WITH the long-awaited Oculus Rift virtual reality headset to release next year, a local film company is finding new markets creating 360-degree movies that offer frightening realism.

Sydney-based Rapid VR is among companies developing what’s called 360 VR that will change how we view action cinema and will revolutionise digital marketing.

Those who don a VR headset can look around in all directions — left and right, up and down and even behind them to experience action filmed by the likes of surf filming legend Taylor Steele and Australian Olympic skier Torah Bright — as if they were really there.

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