IMMERSIVE VIDEO

Immersive video is video recorded in 360º where the viewer can take the point of view they want at the time they want.

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IMMERSIVE PHOTOGRAPHY

Immersive photography is taken in 360º where the viewer can take any point of view they want.

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LIVE STREAMING

Live streaming is the real-time transmission of video, it can be used to transmit events in real time.

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REEL STORE

It is a project that aims to produce strange photos and video reels to publish on social networks in tourist places, in addition to having fun in the process.

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3D VIRTUAL TOURS

They are three-dimensional models generated from a photographic scan and ​processed with artificial intelligence software, to build a photorealistic model with real measurements.

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WEB DESIGN

Design of responsive websites that respond to most of the devices used today. You can contract from domain registration, design, hosting and maintenance of your site.

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IMMERSIVE VIDEO

Immersive videos, also known as 360º videos or spherical videos, are videos created with a camera that records in all directions at the same time. Additionally, the viewer has control of the viewing direction in real time, generating a kind of virtual reality that evolves over time.

With the introduction of this Virtual Reality technology to the popular social networks of Facebook and YouTube, a whole market has opened. Both users and brands are betting on creating immersive content so that the viewer can live a virtual experience with them.

The visualization of this type of videos requires video players that include some type of control of the viewing direction and, additionally, the viewing speed. In the case of mobile devices such as tablets or smartphones, it is the device itself as a whole, equivalently its movement, that indicates the viewing direction. In the case of computers connected to devices adapted to the movement of the head, or virtual reality headset, it is the movement of the head. In any case, the sensors that define the orientation are usually accelerometers / gyroscopes or infrared sensors incorporated in these devices. If the visualization is done on a 2D screen, the video player usually incorporates buttons to change the point of view, as is the case with YouTube, for all this, maybe you should produce immersive content for your clients and generate an exceeding experience for them.

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