Videos from 46 Google cameras will change the way we watch footage
Check out the technology developed by Google where 46 cameras were used to make immersive footage (Videos from 46 Google cameras). This will change the way we watch content on the media.
The Google is increasingly improving the way their work is done with the photos and videos to make them more immersive. The latest novelty is the 3D video, which allows the viewer to be able to view the environment from a perspective that allows them to observe objects on the sides, on the floor and on the ceiling. It is a system that uses 46 synchronized cameras to generate an extremely immersive image.
The technique was presented during SIGGRAPH 2020 and uses images from dozens of cameras shooting simultaneously and forming a kind of giant compound eye. In this way, the viewer can move from one point to another in the scene and the video will react in real-time showing everything that is happening in the environment.
The way the high definition video shows the details of the scene and the freedom of movement makes us think that it is really due to the great immersion that is provided. The images generated are in fact extremely realistic and follow the movement as if you were in the environment moving your face.
The impression I have is that initially the total view is hidden and as you move your “head” to view the whole, the system naturally shows you the rest of what was recorded by the 46 cameras. The experience of viewing such a recording can be even more surprising if we use virtual reality (VR) glasses.
This experiment has an idea similar to that of the LED egg, which generates a volumetric capture of people’s movement and manages to create a digital version of them. It is impressive the achievements that Google has already achieved with the capture of images. Check below the operation of the LED egg:
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