C’mon YouTube add a 360video VR theater option to regular videos already!
YouTube VR is the killer app for PSVR already. So… how come its been almost 3 years and YouTube has yet to release a theater option for watching regular videos in a VR format on their Google CardboardVR headsets.
Google is advancing way more slowly than I would expect from a multi billion dollar company with thousands of ‘genius’ employees.
I mean, c’mon, it wouldn’t be that hard to add the feature.
See? Take a look.
I made some quick samples using Rick and Morty videos as proof of concept.
It’s a great way to make immersive ads ,
check out this READY PLAYER ONE Trailer experiment.
Check outHi Res- Ready Player One 360 Video / VR Trailer Theater experiment on VeeR VR. Enjoy and share 360 VR videos…veer.tv
Did you notice who was in the seat beside you?
Rick and Morty ….
This Rick and Morty Lose Yourself, Show me what you music video compilation, Emi...veer.tv
They could even create a variety of Theater options to select from.
Or add whomever you would like into the seats beside you.
#AugmentedVR Here’s a higher resolution version on VEER.
This Rick and Morty watch interdimensional cable music videos Halloween Special ...veer.tv
( I love the idea of animation in VR)
But It seems like both Video companies and AR companies still don’t get the implications of the awesomeness of Split-Screen landscape mode. (VR mode)
Have you seen a 360 video? Sure you have. Awareness about them has been spreading rapidly. Basically Accelerometers and…medium.com
If they did, when I open a video on YouTube, there would be an option to load it up into a 360 video theater of my choice.
How about a drive in theater on the moon (like oculus video)
or an underwater theater!
How cool is that!
Hopefully it won’t be too much longer before they add this cool feature.
If you have a contact at Google or YouTube’s R&D department.
Send them my way, I’ve got a ton of innovations for them.
Read writing from Zen @ ThisIsMeInVR.com on Medium. ThisIsMeInVR is a Canadian innovation company specializing in AR/VR…medium.com
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