Again in April we reported on the reveal of a partnership between VR filmmaking firm Inside and lightfield seize firm Lytro. The pair debuted their first collaboration, Hallelujah, on the 2017 Tribeca Movie Competition. Now you possibly can see it for your self.
Because the title suggests, Hallelujah presents a brand new rendition of the traditional Leonard Cohen music. Utilizing Lyrto’s lightfield expertise, Tribeca attendees had been in a position to discover a full, photorealistic setting with six levels of freedom. It contains a efficiency from Bobby Halvorson, aided by a choir, signing immediately on the viewer, making for an intimate and engulfing experience.
Now the experience is available within the Inside app, which means you possibly can watch it on VR headsets like Rift, Vive and Gear VR. Sadly this model of the video doesn’t help full motion (you possibly can only flip your head), but it surely’s nonetheless effectively worth watching as a pre-rendered experience. As you may think, it’s best to get pleasure from this one with headphones. Should you simply wish to watch it with out VR it’s available above.
The complete experience can be on present as a museum exhibit devoted to Cohen on the MAC Museum in Montreal beginning this fall.