Humaneyes demonstrate endless possibilities of VR at Bett

At Bett 2018 Humaneyes will be showcasing the Vuze camera, VR Studio software and the recently unveiled Humaneyes Zone

Virtual Reality (VR) is fast becoming the new media for all storytelling faculties, be it film, art, journalism or theatre, and thanks to the immersive experiences that it creates, it is also set to revolutionise teaching and learning in the classroom, lecture hall, and home.

VR videos create an incredibly powerful learning environment providing inspirational virtual field trips without the need or expense of leaving the classroom, inspiring imagination and cultivating curiosity in ways that traditional videos or text books simply cannot. Viewers can be transported across the globe to take tours of wonders of the world, museums and cities, or to relive previous school trips, experience sky diving, flying in the cockpit of a plane or scuba diving.

Founded in 2000, Humaneyes Technologies is a veteran in 3D, VR and animated content, and is the creator of the world’s first affordable 3D-360-degree VR camera that captures professional quality VR videos through a simple and easy to use product.

At Bett 2018, Humaneyes will be demonstrating the Vuze camera, showing how just easy it is to use, how high quality the results are and the endless different uses the cameras and VR videos in general have in schools and universities. The company will also be showcasing the Vuze VR Studio software which makes editing the captured videos incredibly easy, as well as the recently unveiled Humaneyes Zone which allows VR videos to be hosted on and shared from, a dedicated website for each institution or user.

Visit stand F324 to try out the camera, view example VR footage and ask any questions you may have.

To find out more visit the Humaneyes website, YouTube, Twitter or Facebook.

 

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