Experience Barcelona

A 360° 4D VR Experience. Stories from the set.

Anrick
Mar 9, 2017 · 11 min read
Shooting a crane shot by the harbor in Barcelona

Traditional film crews are highly organized, and specialized in their field. There’s very little overlap in responsibilities, everyone knows what they need to do, and their strength is in repetition. On the other hand, we have the innovation teams that build new 360 camera rigs, and who improve and embrace chaos. Their skills are exactly the opposite.

Driving along Colom, while the sun rises in the distance

Live Action vs. 3D

Our improvised Sony A7 camera rig, made by Mirco

The Gear

Carl on a skateboard, chasing after Natasha

Experience vs. Chaos

Car & Camera — A Collaboration

Natasha Duran — the star of the experience

The Hardest Shot

Dani Garcia with the jet board

The best teams are the ones that give you flexibility.

Shots from the Drone shot
A frame from the final Jet Board shot

The Rooftop

The famous La Pedrera rooftop
Our double 360° camera rig, suspended from a crane
A rough stitched shot as the camera flies through the crowd

Post-Production & VFX

Tracking markers for the Skateboard shot in Nuke
Early render showing the floor replaced, but with tracking only half done
Driving along Colom, with our motorbike cameraman visible below

Transitions

Early transition test from Macba to Born

Music & Sound

Paris Motor Show

Seat at the Paris Motor Show

SEAT VR CREDITS

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Director — New Realities #VR #AR #MR — CreativeXR. Interactive storytelling & journalism.

CinematicVR

A digital magazine exploring the new realities of immersive storytelling.