1. Kimmo Toivanen's Avatar
    From https://www.windowscentral.com/hands...reators-update, it seems that one can watch movies in virtual environment.

    Now two questions:
    • is it possible to watch 3D-movies (e.g. BluRay) as 3D?
    • would it be possible to replace "plain" virtual environment (room) with added scenery (movie environment, a bit like IllumiRoom)?


    I think that with both possible, MR could really change how we "see" the movies, like actually being right there. Of course creating added content for the surroundings is extra effort, but it does not need to be as hi-fi as the main content.

    I also think that 3D-movies at home are currently not very popular. There are not many 3D TV sets available, screen size is limited and extra hardware is required.

    One drawback would be having to watch the movies alone. I could live with that, in space long time ago or in grounds of Hogwarts :)

    How about sports? 360 3D-cameras in Nascar and F1 cars, inside football (the lenses though ;) ), around the playfield?
    10-04-2017 02:34 AM

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