A virtual reality wedding photography industry has been in the works for years now, with VR-enabled cameras already popping up at wedding venues across the country.
But now it’s finally coming to life in a way that will allow you to see the entire wedding in real-time.
In 2017, the wedding photographer website Wedding360 announced a partnership with virtual reality startup VRFocus, and has been testing the technology on its customers.
Now, the company is launching a new VR camera that will take pictures with a camera that can record 360-degree video.
“We are taking VR photography to the next level, and we want to offer our customers a more immersive experience,” VRFocus CEO Dan Strom said in a statement.
“This is a virtual reality camera, designed specifically for weddings.
It can capture 360-degrees video, so the photographer can capture the whole wedding scene in real time.”
The VR camera will have a resolution of 30 megapixels, which are equivalent to a 1080p resolution.
It will also record 360 video and use the same hardware that the Oculus Rift is based on.
This new camera is the latest in a growing line of VR cameras that have been popping up on wedding sites around the country, including the wedding venue wedding photographers that have already been using it for years.
VRFocus has been partnering with some of the top wedding photographers in the country for the past year, and plans to offer the new camera to other wedding photographers as well.
But what does VRFocus offer over traditional cameras that you might have seen in wedding photography videos?
Well, the VR camera uses a new camera-tracking technology called “foveated rendering,” which can take photos with more detail, especially when using the camera in portrait or landscape mode.
VR Focus says the technology is ideal for weddings where the wedding is a portrait or wedding ceremony.
The company also said that its technology will work well for weddings that feature “lively lighting” and where the bride and groom have different styles.