• Resources for VR

    Here is alist of resources for those who are interested in VR. I will update this with new information and links. 

    Learn to Work in VR/360˚ Video

    State of VR 
    A great resource that includes information on processing video and stitching.

    Content Creators

    Visual Playground 

  • The Virtual Review :: VRCast 360°

    Filmmaker and artist, Gerant Kenneth, who is a co-founder and regular contributor to Sense Immerse, has recently delved into a 360˚ project with his friend Adam Hulbert. Their VRCast is an immersive look and review of VR Games from the Samsung GearVR platform. You can see content from the game, footage of it being played and the commentators, Gerant and Adam, discussing the ins and outs of the game. So far the guys have reviewed Land's End, Smash Hit and Polydome.

    You can check out the The Virtual Review VRCast 360° on Gerant's Youtube Channel or embedded above.

    Post By Daniel Smith

  • Beta

    Sense Immerse is a new content creation company that is currently in a Beta phase. During this phase we will be exploring VR, AR and 360' immersive video. This beta phase allows us to learn and create without restrictions and while the mediums are still in the emerging stages. This is a very exciting time to be a part of an industry that has the potential to change our lives as much as computerisation and the advent of smart phones.

    Our content will broadly fit into various 'channels' and will evolve as we develop. We aim to tell stories and provide immersive experiences.

    We are currently recording our 360' videos on Nikon Keymission cameras and using various editing and post productions software.

    Stay tuned to this blog for more content and information about VR, we hope to create some instructional content for people looking to learn VR as we go also.

  • How Do I View 360˚ Immersive Content?

    Immersive content is best viewed with a VR headset and headphones. With your mobile phone you can use an inexpensive viewer like the Google Cardboard or one of the other great options for mobile viewing with the YouTube app which supports 360˚ video natively on most platforms. There is also the more advanced Gear VR for some Samsung mobile phones.

    360˚ Video is supported on some desktop and mobile browsers including:

    You can also view 360˚ immersive content via: