During our live show at NAB 2017, we squeezed six amazing VR and 360 content producers into the Teradek cube to talk about the biggest challenges they’re facing and answer the big question: is 360 video the next 3D TV?
Watch the video above to discover their answers. Read more about our guests below.
Socrates Lozano, E.W. Scripps
Socrates Lozano is the National Technology Coordinator and Photojournalist for the E.W. Scripps company’s National News desk in Denver. He’s helped coordinate Multiple shots from multiple angles to capture the events in a scene (i.e. master shot, medium shots, close-ups, inserts... More of large scale news events, including the presidential inauguration, among others, while implementing new technology for the modern newsroom.
Angel Manual Soto, RYOT
Angel Manual Soto directs and supervises VR content for RYOT. His latest VR documentary, Bashir’s Dream, has been praised by TIME as one of the top 5 VR experiences to date.
Sarah Hill, StoryUp Studios
Sarah Hill is the CEO of StoryUp Studios, whose produced 360 pieces for work the Washington Post and the Leonardo DiCapprio foundation, among others.
Armando Kirwin, Milk VR
Armando Kirwin is the co founder of Milk VR and has worked for several leading VR companies, including Here Be Dragons (formerly Vrse) and Facebook. 22+ VR projects in all!
Shelley Andagan, 3D Paint FX
Shelley Andagan is the head of post production and operations at 3D Paint FX and has overseen the completion of nearly 20 VR projects last year alone, including pieces for New York Times magazine, Samsung VR and the United Nations.
Jason Diamond, Supersphere VR
Jason Diamond is a VR filmmaker whose work with Supersphere VR has included pieces for The Verge, Jaunt and Fox, among others.