Just Plane Fun
Virtual reality as a technology works when it allows viewers to visit places only dreamed of and witness things they would never be able to otherwise. What can be more unique than experiencing parkour amongst an airplane boneyard in the Mojave Desert? Thanks to the partnership with Andrew Shulkind and Andrew Cochrane, Spherica had a chance to utilize its proprietary hardware – both rover and cable cam – to capture stunts performed by amazing athletes from Tempest Academy. The piece produced as part of USA Today's VR program "VRtually There" allows you to feel as if you are running alongside parkour athletes thanks to stabilized camera movement provided by Spherica.