Jaunt VR Is Ready To Put You Inside A Movie
You don’t really a cameraman anymore. Jaunt is ready to put you into Hollywood blockbuster movies. Jaunt VR is a leader in cinematic VR camera and recording technology. Their technology enables producers to capture, edit, and render live-action contents for the virtual reality audiences.
Jaunt’s technology is a total-solution for creating cinematic VR experiences. They have developed their own camera and audio recording technology, as well as the rendering techniques to make high-quality immersive content.
Jaunt VR is an engineering company looking at various cinematic VR sectors including tourism, education, real estate, and news broadcasting. Their proprietary camera rig is composed of sphere of lenses pointing in different directions capturing every angle of the space.
They are currently working with production studios to bring contents to its application available on Oculus Goggles and Google Cardboard.
The company raised $27.8 million series B from investors such as Google Ventures and BSkyB. The team is composed on outstanding scientist, engineers, and broadcasting professionals. Current team members comprise of talents from Stanford, Caltech, Java, Apple, Intel, Condé Nast, News Corps, and Nickeloden.
Jaunt recently captured the last concert event held at the Candlestick Park in San Francisco, performed by Sir Paul McCartney. You now can experience as if you were right next McCartney as he performed in a 360-degree immersive cinematic VR viewing in stereoscopic 3D. The song “Live and Let Die” was captured by Jaunt using their cinematic VR technology.
Jaunt recently released four new pieces of content, expanding the variety of cinematic VR experiences available for download. These experiences are created with Jack White of the White Stripes, ELLE, R5, and journey to Hobbiton.
Mac and Windows version is coming soon