In the art world, VRt Ventures, a Los Angeles-based company archiving works of art in true VR, has bridged that gap. MOCA: Kerry James Marshall, explores the celebrated artist’s retrospective exhibition, “Mastry,” and was created utilizing volumetric photogrammetry to capture the air between the walls at MOCA’s Grand Avenue location so viewers could have proper perspective and dimensions.
Immersive experiences utilizing volumetric photogrammetry may convey a much more authentic and realistic environment to the end user. Per VRt Ventures founder, Jacob Koo, “If virtual reality has the chance to reach its full potential, then consumers must feel like they are actually somewhere they cannot be physically. That perception takes VR technology out of the novelty category and makes it something actually useful.”
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