The First "Movie" For Oculus Rift, Zero Point, Is Totally Underwhelming

Zero Point was supposed to set the bar for virtual reality filmmaking with the very first movie designed for the Oculus Rift. Instead, we got a measly 15 minutes of footage seemingly thrown together at random. » 10/28/14 9:00am 10/28/14 9:00am

The masterful 360-degree long shot in yesterday's Game of Thrones

Yesterday's Game of Thrones episode was truly epic. It contained one really spectacular long shot in which the camera—placed in the center of Castle Black's inner ward—rotates, filming the battle carnage around it in one non-stop 360-degree shot. Director Neil Marshall thinks it is his "favorite shot ever." » 6/09/14 12:57pm 6/09/14 12:57pm

360 Degree Video of Vancouver Riots Proves That Canada Is Not So Nice

I never understood people's need to trash streets, burn cars or destroy anything after their team loses (or sometimes wins) a big game. But I've always wondered what it would feel like. This 360-degree video of the Vancouver riots shows me. » 6/23/11 9:20am 6/23/11 9:20am

Microsoft 360-Degree Conferencing Cam Gets Prettier, Officialized

A couple months ago we saw the Microsoft Ringcam, which was essentially a prototype version of this model, the Microsoft RoundTable. Along with this fancy device, Microsoft also unveiled a new business plank that is focused on the development of communication software and VoIP services. » 6/28/06 12:04pm 6/28/06 12:04pm