A psychedelic night with FXG and Lucas Rizzotto
In the early hours of Wednesday, FXG’s CEO, Nikk Mitchell, FXG’s Head of US Operations, Max Noir, Lucas Rizzotto and a large number of his time machine fans gathered in Engage for a community event. After getting to know each other with an icebreaker, Nikk started off the night with a psychedelic 360 music video experience!
Experiencing immersive music in VR is unmatched by the effects of music being played through ordinary headphones. In a VR environment, not only can you hear stereo sound effects, but the sound can also change as your position moves, just like being at a live concert.
Since the people who came to participate in the activities came from all over the world, some people stayed up super late to attend, while other people had just woken up.
After the video, some people became interested in 360 video shooting. Nikk explained the process of shooting and editing VR video. VR cameras are essential, as well as video processing software and people who process videos, etc.
From shooting to stitching to after effects, FXG specializes in every step of VR video production !
Of course, if you want your music video to be unique, then you may need a music producer~~
Shortly after, everyone came to a large room with a green screen , as it was time for Lucas to show off his time machine experience!
It took Lucas more than a year to complete the the time machine experience, as he wore a camera on his face for an entire year in order to capture glimpses from each day that he lived in 2019. In the last article, we talked about the interesting aspects of his production process.
Revisiting your past may not always be easy, as it may involve you reliving emotional experiences over again.
After being able to relive 2019, and thinking about 2020, which has been a difficult year internationally, Max played a VR video of the American Juneteenth protest for everyone. Once the experience ended, everyone was still emotionally immersed in the experience they had just had.
So, which would you go back to?