A 360 Degree Look Inside Nonotak’s Hoshi-VR Video
Produced by producer/architect Takami Nakamoto along with illustrator Noemi Schipfer, the Nonotak Studio is located in Paris, and with Hoshi, the duo seeks to design a futuristic sensation by blurring the lines as a crossover between virtual and reality. The prominent objective of this project is so they can branch out to other areas, and for the technology to become noticeable as a form of immersive media such as 360 degree video.
We can see from this video that the scale of this project is extraordinary, where big mirrors were used, which help the duo to design the whole process more effectively. Fabricator from Tennessee, Shane Roberts, was brought onboard to assist with the structure’s industrial design, helping Nonotak to facilitate and execute their vision.
An original soundscape produced by Takami Nakamoto will be featured on Hoshi.
Hoshi will feature an original soundscape composition by Takami Nakamoto. You can listen to his other compositions leading up to the events here.
Simple Guide on How To Watch and Interact W/ YouTube 360 Degree Video
YouTube supports playback of 360 videos from the latest version of Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera browsers. Safari is not supported.
From mobile and tablets
To watch and interact with YouTube 360 videos, be sure to you have updated your device with the latest version of the app.
For viewing YouTube videos, you will want to copy the title name below
A 360 Degree Look Inside Nonotak’s Hoshi
then open the YouTube app, and paste into the search box.
For an immersive experience, you can watch 360 degree videos with Cardboard via the YouTube app. Once the 360 video is launched, simply click the Cardboard icon on the lower right corner and insert phone into the Cardboard.