At the 2016 Intel Developer forum in San Francisco this August, Intel announced Project Alloy, an all-in-one virtual reality solution.
This article compares volumetric capture and photogrammetry, and takes a deeper dive into technical specifications, package sizes, capture options, computing needs, and cost analysis. It also looks at the benefits and complexity of each style and its use cases, as well as the engagement and retention in creating immersive realism for digital formats, including VR, AR, and MR.
This article will show how the technology of the NUC 8 can successfully integrate with the projection technology of the full dome and VR in a number of ways. TouchDesigner, and the RealSense camera will be used. The principles of good dome and VR cinematography as well as interactivity and depth mapping through the RealSense camera will be addressed.