Written by: Roshan Dwivedi
360 video is coming to Steam and it appears as if Valve are aiming excessive in phrases of the high-quality they’re aiming to supply to purchaser VR headsets.
Nonetheless, after years of writing about so-referred to as groundbreaking 360 camera rigs and the upward push of numerous so-known as groundbreaking VR video startups, there’s still not a single strategy to devour 360 video in your VR headset at the stage of high-quality which I believe would permit that competencies to blossom.
Not to put too exceptional a factor on it, 360 video quality sucks correct now and it’s time for the corporations who’ve planted their flag on this distinct patch of VR frontier land to step up and supply on the promise.
That you would be able to already get a taste for what Valve’s 360 video service will seem like too as Pixvana launched a science preview app onto Steam a couple of weeks in the past.