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High Quality and Improved 3D Jump 360 Video Available from Google

High Quality and Improved 3D Jump 360 Video Available from Google

VrTechToday Admin May 10, 2018

Google recently introduced an improved quality feature for the Jump Assembler. This is a 3D automated video with 360 capabilities for those who utilize Jump cameras for shooting. The result is a higher definition and quality depth of maps with greater accuracy. Previous versions utilized two cameras and an optical flow method, and will remain available for consumers to use. The new version Jump 360 Video though uses all camera that are available.  It ensure a more accurate depth perception and more reliable pictures than older methods.

What is Jump

To create professional high quality 3D video projects, Jump 360 Video VR service used. It stitches a number of different pictures and camera shots together. Specially for more in depth and more accurate 3D images. Jump is used with specific camera in conjunction with the Jump Assembler for effective videos.

Accessing Jump Assembler

Jump 360 video creators can access this new jump assembler through the Jump Manager portion of the program. Using Jump Manager simply upload any source files needed to stitch together to create a 3D video. After the stitching is complete, it can be viewed in the Jump Manager application. The creators will notice they see a sharper image and outline of the object they are seeking to capture. They will also be able to better detect the rods of the image, which had previously been difficult if not impossible to identify.

Utilizing Google Cloud

Google Cloud is required to store and access videos and pictures. For projects that need to have multiple creators to access it, the group owner can send an invitation to other group members to join the project. While completing the project files placed in the “bucket” can be accessible by all group members. Group owner can control access, making it ideal for completing group projects.

Side By Side Comparison

When looking at a picture of the same image side by side with the older version compared to the newer method, there is a clear distinction between the two. The newer version provides a cleaner image, and higher quality when capturing isolated images compared to the older method. Stitching camera method leads to overall cleaner depth results in improved 3D image. Final output is a better experience for creators as well as end game users.

Specialty Cameras

Speciality cameras should be use to capture images for high quality experience.  One of these cameras is the Yi Halo, which consists of seventeen cameras designed to capture stereoscopic video. It has two options, one for eight thousand resolution and is able to capture up to thirty frames a second, and the second for almost six thousand resolution and is able to capture up to sixty frames a second. Another Jump camera is the GoPro Odyssey. This camera consists of sixteen synchronized cameras, which are capable of capturing virtual reality photos and videos.

Jump Start Your Creating

Creators can have access necessary tools with the help of Google’s Jump Start program. As part of this program, creators are able to get access to a Jump 360 video camera as well as the ability to complete limitless stitching in the Jump Assembler. More information about Jump is available from Google. We would love to hear your input. Please comment below.

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