Absolute Beginner's Guide to VR Part 1

Absolute Beginner’s Guide to VR
Part 1: What does it all mean?


In this series of articles I am going to walk you through some of the basic concepts related to VR. Whether your end goal is to kick back, relax, and simply enjoy some VR content, or to create your own experiences and share them with others – this guide will help you understand all the basics and develop the vocabulary needed to understand and discuss VR.

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Cover image by Juho Metsävuori

Ambient Mixer and
Why Soundscapes Matter


Ambient Mixer is an online service that’s ideal for rapid prototyping. It comes in extremely handy whenever you need to lay in a basic atmospheric sound, but still want to customize it to fit your particular needs.

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QubaVR Stereo Swapper

QubaVR Stereo Swapper (Photoshop Actions)


To simplify the process of converting the stereoscopic images from one layout to another, I have created a series of Adobe Photoshop Actions named QubaVR Stereo Swapper, that will allow you to re-arrange your frames with a single (or at most double) click.

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Mettle Skybox VR Player

SkyBox VR Player:
Authoring VR just got easier!


SkyBox VR Player from Mettle integrates with Adobe After Effects, Premiere and SpeedGrade and allows you to view your 360 content directly in Oculus Rift – without rendering! It will even let you work on your software without taking the HMD off, and automatically recognizes mono and stereo 360 compositions. Best of all: It’s free!

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The Making of Prismatic

The Making of Prismatic


In this article I’ll talk about the process behind creating and publishing Prismatic, as well as about some of the lessons learned along the way. If you haven’t yet seen the film, strap on your virtual reality goggles and go check it out here. The rest of the article will make much more sense this way.

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Absolute Beginner's Guide to VR Part 1

Absolute Beginner’s Guide to VR
Part 1: What does it all mean?


In this series of articles I am going to walk you through some of the basic concepts related to VR. Whether your end goal is to kick back, relax, and simply enjoy some VR content, or to create your own experiences and share them with others – this guide will help you understand all the basics and develop the vocabulary needed to understand and discuss VR.

Read More


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Cover image by Juho Metsävuori

Ambient Mixer and
Why Soundscapes Matter


Ambient Mixer is an online service that’s ideal for rapid prototyping. It comes in extremely handy whenever you need to lay in a basic atmospheric sound, but still want to customize it to fit your particular needs.

Read More


Likes0 Comments5 Minutes

QubaVR Stereo Swapper

QubaVR Stereo Swapper (Photoshop Actions)


To simplify the process of converting the stereoscopic images from one layout to another, I have created a series of Adobe Photoshop Actions named QubaVR Stereo Swapper, that will allow you to re-arrange your frames with a single (or at most double) click.

Read More


Likes0 Comments3 Minutes

Mettle Skybox VR Player

SkyBox VR Player:
Authoring VR just got easier!


SkyBox VR Player from Mettle integrates with Adobe After Effects, Premiere and SpeedGrade and allows you to view your 360 content directly in Oculus Rift – without rendering! It will even let you work on your software without taking the HMD off, and automatically recognizes mono and stereo 360 compositions. Best of all: It’s free!

Read More


Likes2 Comments5 Minutes

The Making of Prismatic

The Making of Prismatic


In this article I’ll talk about the process behind creating and publishing Prismatic, as well as about some of the lessons learned along the way. If you haven’t yet seen the film, strap on your virtual reality goggles and go check it out here. The rest of the article will make much more sense this way.

Read More


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