Vive Studios, the VR development and publishing arm of HTC, has just announced the release of its first-ever VR feature film. 7 miracles. The new film will be available on HTC’s virtual reality platform as well as Android devices through the Google Play Store.
HTC has adapted the Seven Miracles of Jesus VR movie and is basing the content on the Gospel of John, according to information from Vive Studios.
The seven-part episodic virtual feature has a runtime of up to 70 minutes and will be Vive Studio’s first ever long-form cinematic experience. The 3rd In October 2018, the VR film premiered at the Raindance Film Festival, which is the largest independent film festival held in the UK.
The virtual reality feature film was produced by VIVE Studios in collaboration with Los Angeles-based virtual reality and augmented reality studio Panogramma. Film production consultants also collaborated on the project. Leveraging state-of-the-art virtual reality capture technology, HTC used both volumetric video capture and photogrammetry to generate the 8K footage.
HTC has announced that the VR movie will be available on its VIVEPORT platform for HTC Vive for $19.99. The film will also be available on all Android devices through the Google Play platform for a price of $9.99.
The VR feature film’s compatibility with other VR platforms and headsets like iOS and the VIVE Wave platform will be revealed later. HTC will also be bringing new room-scale 3D scenes into the movie in future updates that will give viewers even more immersive PC-VR experiences.
the 7 miracles The VR film will incorporate a combination of storytelling with the use of the latest virtual reality technology to connect audiences to the immersive experience in a compelling way.
After losing in the smartphone market where it saw its global market share drop from a peak of 10.7% to less than 1%, HTC pivoted to the virtual reality market. In 2019 alone, the Taiwanese tech company is expected to ship a total of 800,000 virtual reality units this year, according to an analysis by the Taipei-based Topology Research Institute.
HTC launched its global diversification strategy in a bid to make up for its losses in the smartphone market where it had been funneled by competitors. HTC’s first virtual reality headset, the HTC Vive, was launched in 2015 and first shipments were made in April 2016.
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