Concealed 360, an interactive 360-degree film. For more information please visit concealed-thefilm.com
Take a look behind the scenes from our booth at this year’s Bay Area Maker Faire. We showed an exclusive 360 degree video that was created specially for Maker Faire, “Dance 360”. Overall it was a really great weekend, we got the chance to meet a lot of awesome people interested in our film, and technology. It also didn’t hurt that we saw R2D2 and Adam Savage from Mythbusters.
Check out the official premiere of Concealed 360 at CSU Eastbay!
June 13th @ 7:00pm in the Arts and Education Building (AE160)
Parental Advisory – Adult Language
Click here for Map & Directions
Starting May 19th, we will exhibiting portions of our thesis project, Concealed at the 2012 San Francisco Bay Area Maker Faire. We’ll also be showing off another really cool 360-degree demo video we recently shot. If you’re in the area, and have time, stop on by and check us out, it’s even a two day event. For more info, click here.
We’re in the final stretch of the making of our thesis project; a 360-degree short film titled, “Concealed”. Above is the character poster for our main character “Dillon Wagner” (played by Chris Morocco), who wakes up in the hospital suffering from memory loss at the beginning of the movie. Through flashbacks he has to put the pieces together of the events that led to his hospitalization. Check out more character posters here!
During the last few months, my thesis group’s project “Concealed 360” has been getting an increased amount of press. After our KRON interview, we sat down with CSU East Bay’s newspaper “The Pioneer” for an interview about our project. You can read the full article on our project’s web site here. We will be doing an additional follow up interview next month, so look out for that. Hope you enjoy!
Over winterbreak my thesis group was interviewed on San Francisco Bay Area’s KRON morning news about our 360 interactive movie. Although I was away in LA, the guys in my group did an awesome job discussing the project and why it’s so cool. Check out the video above to see the full interview, and click here if you’d like to see it recorded in 360 degrees!
This is a behind the scenes video I cut together for my thesis project’s end of quarter wrap-up. It hopefully provides a better look into the different aspects that have gone into making the project from pre-production to post-production. We still have a long ways to go until it’s all said and done, but we are definitely getting there. Enjoy!
As we’ve been filming different scenes, we’ve been testing out rendered footage into Quartz Composer (as seen in the video below). Early on we were having issues with using multiple video cards and threading the video through the three monitors. The frame rates kept dropping off, but we figured out if we use a special threading device called “TripleHead2Go” which allows for the three monitors to be plugged into one device, it will solve our frame rate issue.