Watch Fantastic 360 Degree Immersive Dance Video Filmed At Roosevelt Island's Southpoint Park With Incredible NYC Skyline View - You Control The Camera Angle Too
Roosevelt Island's Southpoint Park was the site recently for a terrific dance video shot using 360 degree camera technology. According to Dance Informa:
In an exciting new venture, New York City-based choreographer David Fernandez has partnered with digital production agency Visual Mercenary Group to create DANCEIMMERSIVE, a series of dance videos to be shot in a new 360-degree-angle technology. The first of their videos, filmed on NYC's Roosevelt Island and which features two New York City Ballet (NYCB) dancers, ....
The Visual Mercenary Group told me:visualmerc featured on @DanceInforma for preview of 360º #Dance video project https://t.co/nsHjwFdd5K #360video pic.twitter.com/asNZOV74c7— visualmerc (@visualmerc) January 14, 2016
We chose Roosevelt Island for the open space and the beautiful views.The dancers are NYC Ballet members Alexa Maxwell and Laine Habony.
Watch New York Duet on Roosevelt Island - you can control the camera angle with the arrows at upper left hand corner of video
Check out a full screen version of the Roosevelt Island 360 degree view dance video at the Visual Mercenary Group web site. Also, if you have a headset, watch in Virtual Reality.
Dance Informa adds:
... This first video by DANCEIMMERSIVE was shot using a seven-camera rig with a stationary tripod. The videos from each of those seven angles were then stitched together to form the full 360-degree picture....Click here for the full Dance Informa article.