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    • How journalists can tell compelling stories using VR

      Over the past few years, we’ve seen the rise of a new medium for storytelling in journalism: virtual reality. From the printing press to radio, from television to the internet, and now VR, technological innovation has changed how journalists gather, report and deliver the news. VR is already making an impression on journalism by immersing an audience in a story, offering unli ...

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    • Tilt Brush AiR: Isaac Cohen

      Editor’s Note: As part of his residency, Tilt Brush artist Isaac Cohen—aka Cabbibo—used the Tilt Brush Toolkit to create a VR picture book titled “Delila's Gift,” which tells the story of a small sea creature named Delila and her struggles to comprehend the darkness around her and what it means to belong. “Delila’s Gift” is free to play on Steam.

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  • Daydream Labs: Teaching Skills in VR

    … You can read every recipe, but to really learn how to cook, you need time in the kitchen. Wouldn't it be great if you could slip on a VR headset and have a famous chef walk you through the basics step by step? In the future, you might be able to learn how to cook a delicious five-course meal—all in VR. In fact, virtual reality could help people…

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  • Adventures Abound: Explore Google Expeditions On Your Own

    … Google Expeditions makes it possible for teachers to take their classrooms on virtual reality field trips to amazing places like the Taj Mahal or Machu Picchu. Today, we’re starting to roll out a new solo mode of Expeditions for Android, so that anybody can explore more than 600 different tours on their own. Just download the Expeditions app…

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  • Tilt Brush Artist in Residence: Meet Estella Tse

    … in the Tilt Brush app itself. In this series, we go deeper into these artists’ process, explore their creative influences, hear about their experience using Tilt Brush and share any tips they have for aspiring VR artists. Want more? Check out our previous posts on Steve Teeps and Isaac Cohen. As an artist in residence, Estella Tse created…

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  • Experience Dunkirk in WebVR

    … VR headset that supports WebVR, like Cardboard and Daydream. Experience Dunkirk is a collaboration between Warner Bros, the Google Chrome VR team, Jam3, and Google Zoo, our in-house creative think tank for brands. Check it out now and catch Dunkirk (the film) in theaters on July 21, 2017. …

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  • Exploring virtual worlds with WebVR and Matterport

    …. While you can access Matterport Spaces through a web browser on desktop or mobile, exploring them in virtual reality takes an additional step. Previously, you had to download the Matterport VR app from the App Store, Oculus Store, or Google Play and switch to the app whenever you wanted to go into VR. Now with Matterport’s implementation…

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  • Blocks: Easily Create 3D Objects in VR

    … Today, it takes complex software and a specific skillset to create compelling VR and AR experiences. That software also requires building 3D objects on a 2D screen—something our brains aren’t wired to do. It occurred to us that creating the objects while in virtual reality could make this easier. So we developed Blocks, a VR app for the HTC…

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  • Tilt Brush AiR: Isaac Cohen

    … Editor’s Note: As part of his residency, Tilt Brush artist Isaac Cohen—aka Cabbibo—used the Tilt Brush Toolkit to create a VR picture book titled “Delila's Gift,” which tells the story of a small sea creature named Delila and her struggles to comprehend the darkness around her and what it means to belong. “Delila’s Gift” is free to play…

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  • The world as you see it with VR180

    … that isn’t possible with a flat view of the world. We know that virtual reality videos can be really powerful, which is why we have invested in supporting 360 and VR formats for over two years. And today, VR video is the most popular way to experience VR. But, we’ve heard from creators and viewers who want to make and see even more immersive videos…

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  • The world as you see it with VR180

    … that isn’t possible with a flat view of the world. We know that virtual reality videos can be really powerful, which is why we have invested in supporting 360 and VR formats for over two years. And today, VR video is the most popular way to experience VR. But, we’ve heard from creators and viewers who want to make and see even more immersive videos…

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  • Daydream Labs: Locomotion in VR

    … is grounded by a stationary room. VR developers can simulate this by showing people a visual “tunnel” while they’re moving in a 3D environment. We also found it helps to fade the tunnel effect in and out to avoid making it a distraction. We used this approach in Google Earth VR in a feature called Comfort Mode. Comfort Mode in Google Earth VR helps…

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  • Daydream Labs: Locomotion in VR

    … is grounded by a stationary room. VR developers can simulate this by showing people a visual “tunnel” while they’re moving in a 3D environment. We also found it helps to fade the tunnel effect in and out to avoid making it a distraction. We used this approach in Google Earth VR in a feature called Comfort Mode. Comfort Mode in Google Earth VR helps…

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