Jumpis Google’s platform for professional VR video capture. It combines high-quality VR cameras and automated stitching that simplifies VR video production and helps filmmakers create amazing content. We launched theJump Startprogram so that creators of all backgrounds can get access to Jump cameras and bring their ideas for VR video projects to life.
We’re wrapping up the year for the Jump Start program, and it’s been great to see the diversity of creators around the world using Jump cameras for a whole range of projects, everything fromLions in Los Angelesto atour of the ancient Roman Forumto asci-fi movie set on a futuristic Lunar Base. You can check out some recently published pieces onYouTube. We also just announced our third round of Jump Start participants. Let’s take a look at the cool stuff they’re working on.
Aidan Brezonick (Director), Justin Benzel (Author), Ivanna Kozak (Producer, Laïdak Films), Antoine Liétout (Producer, Laïdak Films), and Ivan Zuber (Producer, Laïdak Films)
Locations: LA, USA; Chicago, USA; Berlin, Germany; Paris, France
The team is working on a story set in the French countryside. It follows Henry, an aggrieved inventor struggling to overcome the laws of physics by reversing entropy.
Location: Washington, D.C., USA
Alvaro’s the co-founder of the Family Reunions Project. He’s working on a collection of immersive experiences centered on undocumented immigrants.
This article was sourced from Google Blog