Research VR Podcast - The Science & Design of Virtual Reality

Final Episode: Underwater Panoramic Filmmaking w/ Casey Sapp (CEO of VRTUL)

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Casey Sapp, the CEO of VRTUL, an high-end underwater panoramic filming company, joins Azad to talk about the difficulties of creating VR experiences deep in the ocean.

This is the final episode of the Research VR Podcast! Much thanks to all of our guests and listeners for being with us for the last 5 years!

Episode begins at 11:50 if you'd like to skip over the announcements!

Topics discussed:
  • Dealing with syncing high FPS + high resolution cameras
  • Dealing with lens distortion while filming underwater
  • Difficulties of finding sharp, wet lenses
  • Deep sea mining
  • The current state of the VR film industry

recorded in July 2020. - Best of Research VR Podcast episodes -


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Guest: Casey Sapp

Research VR: Azad Balabanian, Petr Legkov

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The Podcast behind the Science and Design of Virtual Reality and Spatial Computing.

By combining our background in Cognitive Science and VR Research, we break down important Neuroscience to extract Design principles.

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