We know of several attendees that will have some great work in their backpack but will not be able to give us a full length presentation. As it would be a pity to miss on these works IVRPA has decided to give more opportunities for quick presentations. Also we know that there are some interesting and helpful software tricks that not everyone is aware of, and this will be a forum to share ones wisdom or learn from the others.
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Michael Kintner, CEO/Inventor at 360Heros Inc. will present 360CamMan™ 360 video file management software – the missing link in 360 video workflow. 360Heros manufactures and sells multiple 360 video 360 plug-n-play holders holding from 6 to 14 cameras and as you can imagine file and data management with 14 cameras is even more of a challenge. Especially when it comes to 3D 360 video content. On the IVRPA conference Michael will present the different holders for standard 360 video and also the new patent pending holders for 3D 360 video content.
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Last year, VideoStitch was pleased to demonstrate the first, real-time preview, GPU accelerated video stitching engine at the IVRPA Iceland 2013 conference .
We are very happy to announce for the Las Vegas 2014 IVRPA conference 3 new products from VideoStitch which will push 360 video forward.
Let’s face it, 360 degree video is not just a toy or a cool trend, but a real new emerging market.
The Oculus Rift buyout by Facebook is not something that happens by mistake, it happens because a huge new market is up ahead.
In this talk Alexandre Jenny will share his insight about this new market. He will also give details about all the tools that are being produced at Kolor to be able to get to a mature workflow, from hardware to recording up to the final service of publishing and hosting these immersive videos.
Kolor Eyes 360° video on Android:
Kolor 360° video on Oculus Rift:
Be prepared for the very best.
2014 saw a big step forward in the world of virtual tour creation with the release of Panotour Pro 2.0 from Kolor. HTML5 has become a standard feature, with virtual tours compatible with any modern device (smartphones, tablets, computers).
The goal of this new version is to offer more features, more customization while keeping the application easy to use, without the need of programming.
The Livepano plugin offers a new experience within the virtual tours, by displaying video zones above the 360° photographic content.
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Aleksandr Reznik is a long time member of the 360° VR panoramic photography community, and recently he has became known to a larger group of people with his great patience and skills as he assisted to finish some work of our Facebook-friends with great results.
In this workshop Aleksandr will show several techniques he uses for his work at professionalpanorama.com. This includes:
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A workshop by Kirk Membry.
We were all beginners at one time and made many mistakes. I would like to decrease the learning curve by sharing my experiences both good and bad, and how I overcame beginner mistakes and improved the quality of my panoramics.
Kirk will show a series of good/bad panoramic images and explain what techniques he did right/wrong in each example.
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In this talk Manuel Cabral will show us what’s possible when a software expert get’s his hands on Krpano. You will learn about new ways to match your customers needs and even may get inspired to create completely new products around your spherical images.
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