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CES 2014 Cymatic Bruce Meets Oculus VR

From Cymatic Bruce youtube channel: Wow. I spent over an hour with the Oculus folks, it was great to talk with Joe and Paula about then next steps for the Rift. The Crystal Cove prototype was amazing, and Joe had some interesting info to share after the demos. WARNING: The sound sucks in some parts, TV too close to recorder! Apologies!   Full quality videos is available here: CES 2014 3D Footage

 

 
 

CES 2014 Cymatic Bruce at the Virtuix Omni Booth

From Cymatic Bruce youtube channel: Virtuix had a very busy booth at CES – constantly attracting a crowd! The unit looks very cool, and the shoe was very attractive. I hope this leads to a resurgence of the video arcade! XD http://www.virtuix.com/   Full quality videos is available here: CES 2014 3D Footage

 

 
 

CES 2014 Cymatic Bruce at the Durovis Dive Booth

From Cymatic Bruce youtube channel: I was very impressed by the Durovis Dive, the manufactured unit was very comfortable and awesome! I talked with Natalie Jurewitz from Durovis about the unit. http://www.durovis.com/   Full quality videos is available here: CES 2014 3D Footage

 

 
 

CES 2014 Cymatic Bruce at the Leopoly Booth

This is the first interview Cymatic Bruce published from the CES 2014 in VR! With 3D printing booming, there is a real need to lower the barrier for 3D modeling. Leopoly is a program to meet that need! The parent company that makes the Leonardo 3D Modeling software is also very interested in making their software Rift compatible! http://www.leopoly.com/   Full quality videos is available here: CES 2014 3D Footage

 

3d Rendering for VR, R&D

Here’s a couple of test images I’ve been working on to sort out my workflow for 3d rendering images for viewing with VR Player on the Oculus Rift.  Leave a comment if you have any suggestions for further tests I might make with 3d rendering for the Oculus Rift

 

 
 

Inside Worlds Roundest Object in the World

Veritasium talks about and shows the World’s Roundest Object. This is a short extract from a small section of that film showing the highest resolution. Also the camera is not moving. Only had a 720X720 pixel resolution to work with. Did not know what distortions the camera was creating to reverse. Watch the original video on You Tube.