Last night at the Upload Collective in San Francisco the Nokia Ozo team completed part two in their two part 360 video masterclass. The purpose of the class is to teach aspiring immersive filmmakers how to perfect and grow their art form for this fledgling medium.
The Nokia Ozo is a professional-grade virtual reality camera created by Nokia. It produces high quality 360 content complete with native pipelining software for stitching and live broadcasting. The focus for the Ozo, according to Nokia, is placed upon creating a simple, powerful and repeatable process for filmmakers of any skill level.
In part one of the masterclass oscar-winning VFX artist Alex Henning explained how to stage and create more effective 360 content. In part two, accomplished VR live stream producer Juan Santillan explained how to bring live content onto VR platforms.
According to Ozo’s head of product for VR, Devon Copley, “Juan is amazing. He’s the guy that put Coachella in live 360 VR. He’s shot everyone from Radiohead to LL Cool J in VR.”
The classes were broadcast live via YouTube 360 and you can check out the archived version below:
About the educator:
Juan Santillan is the CEO and Co-Founder of Vantage.tv, a platform for virtual reality live events and fans. Vantage.tv empowers artists and events to expand their reach using its technology to create virtual reality events with engaging social VR features for fans, turnkey VR distribution and monetization tools. Juan brings over 8 years of experience creating software and content for immersive experiences in sports and entertainment prior to Vantage.tv; including being the executive producer of immersive projects for Nascar, Wimbledon, PGA Tour, The Black Eyed Peas and AT&T events.
Founded in 2015, Vantage.tv has already recorded and created in-venue live VR broadcasts for more than 120 performances including such iconic music festivals as Outside Lands, Coachella, Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits providing fans with the best seat in the house.
This is a sponsored post from Nokia.