Wonda VR project – 360-degree film

Wonda VR project - 360-degree film

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Whilst working recently creating 360 film and photography for a Wonda VR project, I was lucky enough to stumble upon someone practicing playing the trumpet. He was kind enough to let us film him. I’m endlessly envious of anyone who can play a music instrument well, and this was a beautiful jazz rendition of ‘Cry Me a River‘ (the song written by Arthur Hamilton, first published in 1953, but made famous in 1955 with the version by Julie London)

Besides being able to be included within a Wonda VR virtual tour, the 360 degree film can be embedded on any website or even sent directly in an email. 360 film and photography is a very immersive and versatile type of contents which allows your viewers to engage with the contents. This is often a much better option than the standard passive type film and photography. Of course, the 360 degree contents can be combined with standard film and photography on websites or within software such as Wonda VR to create a 360 degree experience.

360 degree film & photography options include

  • 360-degree film with sound – ambient sounds, talking, added music, or sound effects, etc.
  • 360-degree time-lapse film – great for showing progress and movement. Works well for things like building projects and sunsets. Of course can be included as normal within tours created using software such as Wonda VR
  • 360-degree film with moving camera – attach the camera to a bike, or car, or sky-diver – I’m we’re all familiar with this type of film.
  • 360-degree underwater film
  • A narrated 360-degree tour – let the tour guide show you around.

This type of 360 degree film can be captured in 5.7K resolution and the standalone 360-degree photos can be taken in 72MP high dynamic range (HDR)

If you’d like more information or a talk about your project, get in touch on 0114 383 0711. We work throughout the UK and also provide drone and Matterport services.

360 degree film for Wonda VR

Use your touch screen (on mobile devices) or mouse to look around the film as it’s playing. Use the full screen option to watch in full screen. This is also compatible with VR headsets such as Apple Vision, Oculus, HTC Vive or Meta Quest.