The media bad mouthed 3D – falsely referring to eyeglasses as “goggles” – contributing to the stunted market for consumer 3D TV. This CNET story reads like those old stories – just change “3D” to”VR”: Virtual reality promises to be a mega-trend that upends how we use computers and just plain get along. So why’s it such a snooze at the world’s biggest tech expo? Source: Virtually boring: VR really disappoints...
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System uses 4 pairs of cameras to photograph a 360 degree area in stereoscopic 3D. Price to be under $1,000. Source: Vuze camera shoots 3D VR video for under $1,000
Follow the source link to check out this 3D VR video recording solution. Source: iZugar Studio – 3D360 video system