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virtual reality 360 fusion videography studio

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i want to build a vr studio to record , does anyone have any knowledge of virtual reality recording?


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When you say 'vr studio', do you mean that in the aesthetic sense or the technical sense? Or both?  Perhaps, something like SoundStage is what you want. It's sorta like Garageband for VR. Almost.



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although that is pretty cool, no that is not what i mean. i would like to actually record audio and video in a studio setting similar to the way hololens records. I need multiple cameras arranged around the subject in a sphere, virtually 360 degrees and capture all angles.


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I think I just found your solution. Go here: https://www.aliveintech.com/



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haha, i like it. i appreciate the effort. after looking at your suggestions i'm certain am not explaining what I am wanting. I want to know what hardware I will need to physically build a real home studio, comprising of video cameras and audio, with its purpose being to produce a personal home video recording of which can be watched at a later time in 3D and or virtual reality. I suppose what I want is the same type of studio VR games use to produce a VR experience. I figured someone on here would have the expertise.

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