Virtual reality isn’t a new concept, but it certainly is a fresh thought when screenwriters talk about how to write a VR/360 film. When Ready Player One hit the box office in March 2018, viewers geared up for the immersive experience. And while it’s thrilling to watch and even more thrilling to create from a filmmakers perspective, how does the scriptwriter step into the immersion with new eyes? No doubt, traditional forms of media need to be set aside to allow room for new forms. To better understand what goes into the production of a spherical capture, Zeke Thomas, a filmmaker and Executive Producer at Ego 360, gives us two bits of sound advice in two minutes.
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