Here at ROTU we've come across many companies and entrepreneurs asking us if VR is feasible for them, and what are the main issues to keep in mind, so here are some tips:
First of all, VR has to fit your brand or product - don't try to force jumping on the VR bandwagon if it doesn't make sense. Many businesses will still benefit most from traditional linear media like a short film, interview, or commercial. Trying to fit that same experience into VR doesn't make sense. However, if you want to deliver a 360-degree narrative, or a virtual hands-on product demo, then you can really leverage the technology.
ROTU just had the most amazing first couple days of motion capture sessions, with remarkable talent, and overall it was a huge success, though we learned so much during the process, so here are a few tips:.
The main piece of advice we got beforehand was to prepare - That means we got as organized as possible, knew exactly what we were shooting and in what order, and what everyone’s job was on set. All the technology was synced, tested, and set-up properly before we got going with any shooting. There was only ever one person at a time giving direction, and everyone was focused and quiet on set when needed.
Along the road to creating ROTU we've had to learn some things the hard way, but as much as possible, have tried to learn from those who've already been there and done it. So, here are some tips we've put together for entrepreneurial success: