Producers have been fretting about how to do feature films in VR, because the format doesn’t lend itself to traditional Hollywood techniques. However, it’s about to be used on one of the best-known tales of all time for Jesus VR – the Story of Christ, slated to arrive in Christmas, 2016, according to Variety The 360-degree, 4K film will work on all major VR platforms, including the HTC Vive , Oculus Rift , Samsung Gear and PlayStation VR. Produced by Autumn Products and VRWERX , it’ll tell the story of Christ’s life from baptism to crucifixion.
The quality of the display is slightly above average even against those equipped with IPS panels. Black and white contrast is just average. But color contrast is good, allowing you to discern different shades of the same color evenly and offering a more natural saturation. The display tuning is neutral, but not as laid back as a Sony for instance, which has a preference for lower contrast and very natural tones (read: pared down). Despite its neutral tone, its color temperature is very slightly cold with some green bias.
Right, but it’s got to compete in the 24 hours that everybody is limited by. So, building those behaviors – even among the enthusiast community – is really where this is starting. And so is the solution to make VR more mainstream making it cheaper? Or is it making it better? Is it making it better and easier? These are all nuances we’ll have to explore as we go forward.
This is a very great intro for someone who is putting on a VR headset for the first time. A classy Felix & Paul Studios production, you get a private performance of Cirque du Soleil’s steampunky Kurios show and it’s pretty magical. Everything is perfectly choreographed to stun and unlike the previous Zarkana effort, it’s a decent length too. You’ll be clapping to yourself by the end.
The Pentagon regards cyber warfare as a vital component of the huge American war machine and has devoted considerable resources towards its development, especially under the Obama administration. In May 2010, the Pentagon set up its new US Cyber Command headed by General Keith Alexander, director of the National Security Agency (NSA), drawing on the already massive cyber resources of the NSA and the American military.