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  • Using a mirror effect on drone footage
    I was out on a hike recently with my folks and took some drone footage of the area. I decided to try out a mirror effect on the drone footage and it came out rather nice. This is a first rough cut at it on a low resolution version of the footage. The entire thing is a single shot with no cuts. What do you think? The terrain reminded me of this other video I had shot many years ago in Tanzania, also a single shot with no cuts.
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  • Experiencing Macchu Picchu in National Geographic’s VR
    So I have been to Macchu Picchu in person, doing the whole 4 day Inca Trail hike. But I just revisited it via VR using National Geographic’s experience and it felt more intimate. Maybe the fact that it was just me and no one else there. And that I was able to experience a digital reconstruction overlaid onto the buildings. And I had a virtual digital camera with me inside the experience. I used that to take this picture. It was quite meta (now I understand better why they chose that name)! I have a referral link from Oculus forContinue reading “Experiencing Macchu Picchu in National Geographic’s VR”

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