Rise of Visual Documentation Talk at THETA Microconference 11/10
Business opportunities abound for people who understand that 360 images are visual documentation
I’m presenting, The Rise of Visual Documentation, at the theta360.guide microconference in San Jose this weekend.
Here’s some of the main points.
- $3 billion investment in AR/VR in 2017 is spread across many industries
- We are on the frontier. Opportunities exist for developers, photographers, expert users
- Using 360 images as data may make you more money
- Deep understanding of an industry such as law enforcement can open opportunities
VFX Light and Reflection Sensors
Street View Projects
Securing Budget — community anecdotes for getting money for your RICOH THETA business opportunities
Using the RICOH THETA as a visual data sensor
THETA V tips for telepresence
Plug-in ideas you can build
Deep Learning Object Identification
Automatically detect and classify objects
Information Available Only at Microconference
To respect the privacy of the researchers, partners, and developers we work with, the slides and video recording for the presentation will not be published online. Many of the examples are for pre-production and research systems. I don’t want to give away too much information that could be used by competing research or commercial projects.