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Want to discover more about virtual reality and augmented reality? The Real Virtual Show is a talk show focused on all things mixed reality: we have epic conversations with leaders in the exciting VR/AR industry and discover the endless creative, business, entrepreneur, and development possibilities in our exciting new world of mixed reality technology. Where real people talk about virtual - #RealVirtual www.realvirtualshow.com
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Now displaying: August, 2016
Aug 30, 2016

Sally Kellaway, Senior Technical Audio Designer of Zero Latency VR, chats with us about 3D audio and its importance to virtual reality, free roaming multiplayer gaming, and the future of digital participatory physical sports. Zero Latency is a wireless multiplayer center in Melbourne, Tokyo - and now Madrid! - https://www.zerolatencyvr.com/

Join us: http://www.realvirtualshow.com 

*Big thanks to John K. Chin for the jazzy music & James A. Beck for the voice magic

Aug 23, 2016

Our chat with @AngelaHaddad is a look into a beautiful (and perhaps unexpected!) application of virtual reality: fashion. We talk about what VR means to all aspects of fashion, from product design to marketing to presentation - even the future of runway experiences. Angela also shares insights into how she creates her signature style illustrations in 360 degree videos, such as One Third Blue’s recent collaboration with Marie Claire - http://onethirdblue.com/

Join us: http://www.realvirtualshow.com 

*Big thanks to John K. Chin for the jazzy music & James A. Beck for the voice magic

Aug 16, 2016

We chat with Daffy, virtual reality director, about how his background in VFX and commercial directing prepared him for directing CGI-fueled 360 degree experiences such as Marvel VR experience the Avengers. We chat about tactics he employed to help enhance the sense of self in the first person POV which lets us step into Ironman’s shoes, as well as approaching a 360 experiences as a theme park ride. Daffy also gives us insight into a couple of exciting upcoming projects - http://daffy.london/

Join us: http://www.realvirtualshow.com 

*Big thanks to John K. Chin for the jazzy music & James A. Beck for the voice magic

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