Here’s a 3D 360 video of the Happiest Place on Earth, shot on the Vuze Camera, the first affordable fully spherical 4K 3D 360 camera (first impressions here).
If you’ve never tried 3D 360 video before, you ought to. It’s far more immersive that 2D 360 video. However, before the Vuze was released, 3D 360 video required large and expensive rigs that cost $15,000 or more. Vuze made it possible for consumers to capture 4K 3D 360 video with a camera that costs $799, and can stitch videos in one step.
Here’s the video:
I want to underscore the importance of viewing this video in 3D. Many people have viewed videos from the Vuze and thought that the image quality was nothing to write home about — but they only viewed the videos in 2D on a smartphone, which as I said to one reader is like test driving a Ferrari on 25mph residential roads and concluding that it’s not good because it has poor gas mileage and can’t carry as many groceries as your Toyota.
And if you haven’t tried viewing 3D 360 video at all, you’re really missing out. Your smartphone already has the capability to display it. All you need is a Google Cardboard viewer, which costs as little as $4.99, like these headsets I saw at the 99 Cent Store: