Mofilm creative strategy director Elisha Greenwell on how filmmakers are learning to embrace the senses and perspectives of 360 video.

Strapping on an Oculus Rift or even a Samsung Gear or Google Cardboard is becoming increasingly common, with YouTube and Facebook 360 videos filling in the gaps to give most of the world a chance to see what a 360-degree film experience is like. But the novelty of simply walking down a street, or even surfing in the ocean, will eventually wear off, and right now filmmakers are figuring out how to evolve their storytelling to include the new senses, distractions and perspectives of 360 video.

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