End users benefiting from the VR platform are causing audio and video experts to create ways to meld these two fields together because the demand for more virtual reality games and software is growing by leaps and bounds.
The company VideoStitch has stepped up to the ‘plate’ and created the Orah 4i – an all-in-one, high-quality, 4k camera that can handle VR headsets, video platforms and live streaming.
This is considerable news, considering that VR production workflow requires an assortment of strategically placed small cameras bunch together on a holder. Now, this process isn’t necessary, if using Orah 4i. And, ambisonic 3D sound capturing capabilities make it possible for the viewer of a VR headset to locate the source of the sound, which helps to engulf one into feeling truly immersed into the environment like never before.
While this is a new technology that is going to change the industry, making VR programs and games more available, it is available to the public right now.