Much of the most interesting work in spherical video has been done by working in close proximity to the subject. Get the near field right, and the rest follows.
Experience beautiful Brazilian scenery, meet locals and Olympic officials, explore the Olympic venues, and watch athletes train in 360 at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games with immersiv.ly
The star investor is impressed by progress in VR tech, but worries about lack of investment in monitoring physiological effects on users of VR content. Not for the first time, he’s right on the money
Ed Miller, head of visuals at immersiv.ly, took a 360-degree video rig to the slopes, and to the air, over Val Thorens, in the French Alps. Join him at the heart of the action as he glides by ski and through the air
In the famous Gulling Scene, you are at the heart of the action. Choose your viewpoint, and whether you side with the hapless Malvolio or those who mock him
With Digital De Re Gallery, immersiv.ly created the first art opening in interactive virtual reality. The artist Gretchen Andrew helps you choose your path round her art, activating additional content at your own pace.