Virtual reality gets jolt with YouTube app, free Google Cardboard

Rubric: YouTube | 7 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Virtual reality gets jolt with YouTube app, free Google Cardboard

New York Times Magazine Leaps Into Virtual Reality. This weekend The Times Magazine unveils what its editor, Jake Silverstein, calls “the paper’s first contribution to the field of virtual reality journalism.” Produced in collaboration with Google, “The Displaced” is a virtual reality film about three children uprooted by war.After an October announcement of a partnership with Google to produce virtual reality (VR) films, The New York Times has launched its new VR app, appropriately titled NYT VR, on Thursday. The magic of emerging virtual reality technology is that it takes viewers close, very close, to the children — and the world — that are the subjects of the film. The app ...

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YouTube to support virtual reality video on its app

Rubric: YouTube | 6 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
YouTube to support virtual reality video on its app

New York Times debuts its Virtual Reality App. SAN FRANCISCO: YouTube announced two new features Thursday for its Android app that expand the video site’s use of virtual reality, giving the new technology its biggest platform yet. I was really excited this morning when I found out that Google has added support for its Cardboard virtual reality headset in any video in the YouTube app for Android.After an October announcement of a partnership with Google to produce virtual reality (VR) films, The New York Times has launched its new VR app, appropriately titled NYT VR, on Thursday. From there, you can pause the video, rewind, fast-forward, and adjust the volume, by turning your head and pushing ...

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YouTube Wants To Make Virtual Reality Available To The Masses With 360-Degree …

Rubric: YouTube | 6 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
YouTube Wants To Make Virtual Reality Available To The Masses With 360-Degree …

New York Times debuts its Virtual Reality App. SAN FRANCISCO: YouTube announced two new features Thursday for its Android app that expand the video site’s use of virtual reality, giving the new technology its biggest platform yet.I was really excited this morning when I found out that Google has added support for its Cardboard virtual reality headset in any video in the YouTube app for Android.After an October announcement of a partnership with Google to produce virtual reality (VR) films, The New York Times has launched its new VR app, appropriately titled NYT VR, on Thursday. From there, you can pause the video, rewind, fast-forward, and adjust the volume, by turning your head and pushing ...

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Watching YouTube videos using Google Cardboard is actually pretty boring

Rubric: YouTube | 6 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Watching YouTube videos using Google Cardboard is actually pretty boring

The New York Times’ Virtual Reality App Is Here–And It’s Very, Very Cool. YouTube announced two new features Thursday for its Android app that expand the video site’s use of virtual reality, giving the new technology its biggest platform yet. I was really excited this morning when I found out that Google has added support for its Cardboard virtual reality headset in any video in the YouTube app for Android.After an October announcement of a partnership with Google to produce virtual reality (VR) films, The New York Times has launched its new VR app, appropriately titled NYT VR, on Thursday.Once you procure an Android smartphone, the latest YouTube app, and a Google Cardboard viewer, ...

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YouTube to support virtual reality video on its app

Rubric: YouTube | 6 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
YouTube to support virtual reality video on its app

The New York Times’ Virtual Reality App Is Here–And It’s Very, Very Cool. Once you procure an Android smartphone, the latest YouTube app, and a Google Cardboard viewer, you’ll be ready to watch the new VR-supported videos on YouTube. “Using the same tricks that we humans use to see the world, VR video gives you a sense of depth as you look around in every direction,” YouTube product managers Kurt Wilms, Sanjeev Verma, and Husain Bengali wrote in a blog post. “Near things look near, far things look far.YouTube took another step towards embracing virtual reality (VR) Thursday with the launch if two new features for its Android mobile app that make it easier ...

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Watch YouTube’s New VR Videos on Google Cardboard

Rubric: YouTube | 6 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Watch YouTube’s New VR Videos on Google Cardboard

The New York Times’ Virtual Reality App Is Here–And It’s Very, Very Cool. Once you procure an Android smartphone, the latest YouTube app, and a Google Cardboard viewer, you’ll be ready to watch the new VR-supported videos on YouTube. “Using the same tricks that we humans use to see the world, VR video gives you a sense of depth as you look around in every direction,” YouTube product managers Kurt Wilms, Sanjeev Verma, and Husain Bengali wrote in a blog post. “Near things look near, far things look far.YouTube took another step towards embracing virtual reality (VR) Thursday with the launch if two new features for its Android mobile app that make it easier ...

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YouTube’s Grand Plan to Make VR Accessible to Everybody

Rubric: YouTube | 5 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
YouTube’s Grand Plan to Make VR Accessible to Everybody

CommonFloor Retina: A Google cardboard to help you view your future home. In a blog post, YouTube wrote that it’s now possible to watch VR videos—which can provide an immersive, 360-degree view of a wide range of content—via the Android app. VR video takes the 360-degree videos you may already be familiar with a step further by using VR techniques like stereopsis and binocular disparity to give you a stronger feeling of immersion (which is what VR is all about, after all). “VR video gives you a sense of depth as you look around in every direction,” the team behind this feature writes in today’s announcement. “Near things look near, far things look far.” The company has already ...

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YouTube bolts into next phase of virtual reality with 3D video

Rubric: YouTube | 5 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
YouTube bolts into next phase of virtual reality with 3D video

CommonFloor Retina: A Google cardboard to help you view your future home. VR video takes the 360-degree videos you may already be familiar with a step further by using VR techniques like stereopsis and binocular disparity to give you a stronger feeling of immersion (which is what VR is all about, after all). “VR video gives you a sense of depth as you look around in every direction,” the team behind this feature writes in today’s announcement. “Near things look near, far things look far.” The company has already worked with a few video creators to launch this feature, so you can already see a demo for a Hunger Games VR experience on YouTube now, as well as an ad for TOMS shoes.It’s ...

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YouTube Red Official Launch This Week

Rubric: YouTube | 26 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
YouTube Red Official Launch This Week

Premium Service Introduced For $9.99 Per Month — YouTube Red News. “Your membership extends across devices and anywhere you sign into YouTube, including our recently launched Gaming app and a brand new YouTube Music app we’re announcing today that will be available soon”.Red builds on Google’s existing music streaming service by providing ad-free access to YouTube programming, along with such features as the ability to download videos to mobile devices and have music playing in the background while using other mobile apps. In the long run, to boost YouTube Red subscribers, YouTube might begin to move more content towards its subscription service and hide on the free service, ultimately ...

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YouTube to launch $10-a-month ad-free video, music plan Red

Rubric: YouTube | 26 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
YouTube to launch $10-a-month ad-free video, music plan Red

6 Things To Know About YouTube’s New Subscription Service. YouTube Red is the video platform’s new membership program that allows viewers to watch their favorite YouTube content without any ads and provides offline playback. YouTube Red will initially launch in the USA next week and will include YouTube Red and YouTube Music with YouTube Red Originals rolling out early next year. The launch of this new ad-free paid version raised some eyebrows and the first question that popped up was- “Will the free version exist?” Well, yes it will. Upon debut, the service is due to have 99 percent of the content that people search for, Robert Kyncl, YouTube’s chief business officer, said this ...

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