Unity VRTK Virtual Tour for Gear VR or Oculus Go

Combine three 360 photos in Unity using VRTK v3.3.0 to create a virtual tour experience for VR complete with buttons and scene changes. The final product is an .apk file build & run on Android mobile device for use with Samsung’s Gear VR or Oculus Go. Assumptions: You already have Unity 2017.4.0f1 installed, you own aContinue Reading “Unity VRTK Virtual Tour for Gear VR or Oculus Go”

Unity VRTK & OVR Camera Rig for Android

Set up a scene in Unity using Virtual Reality Toolkit, or VRTK and the OVR camera rig prefab for use with Samsung’s Gear VR headset and a single controller OR for Oculus Go. This tutorial uses Unity 2017.4.0f1, VRTK v3.3.0, and Oculus Utilities 1.23.0 Assumptions: You already have Unity installed, you have a Gear VR headset withContinue Reading “Unity VRTK & OVR Camera Rig for Android”

Batch Edit Flip Image Sequences with Photoshop Automator

Use Photoshop’s action window to batch edit a PNG image sequence using Automator. For example, if you are baking images on a sphere to create a 360 image as seen in our Animated 360 Spherical Video tutorial the baked images will render as inverted. Instead of manually flipping every image in your sequence you can setContinue Reading “Batch Edit Flip Image Sequences with Photoshop Automator”

Animated Screen VR 360 Spherical Video using Cinema 4D Lite Baked Images

Create an animated 360 video with a stationary camera for use on youtube, facebook, vimeo and  Samsung Gear VR. We will create a static environment with moving images/ stock video on screens. Then we will render out image sequences using Cinema 4D baked texture tags and compose in After Effects using a top and bottomContinue Reading “Animated Screen VR 360 Spherical Video using Cinema 4D Lite Baked Images”

Static VR 360 Spherical Video using Cinema 4D Lite Baked Images

Create a 360 video with a stationary camera for use on youtube, facebook, vimeo and even the Samsung Gear VR (see “Hack” in post footer). In about 45 minutes (not including render time) we will bake 360 images in Cinema 4D Lite and compose them in After Effects to create a top and bottom stereoscopic video.Continue Reading “Static VR 360 Spherical Video using Cinema 4D Lite Baked Images”

Basic Fly Through Animation with Cinema 4D- 60 Minutes

The following is tailored specifically for scenic designers who are already building 3D models using Vectorworks Renderworks and have access to Adobe After Effects. Use our nifty workflow to bring your 3D model into Cinema 4D Lite and create a fly-through animation in about an hour. We have included the most relevant info needed to lightContinue Reading “Basic Fly Through Animation with Cinema 4D- 60 Minutes”

Rendering Cinema 4d Lite in After Effects for Windows

Below is a windows workflow to prep a file for rendering your Cinema 4D Lite project in After Effects. We will cover how to import your Cinema 4D file into After Effects and provide the essential render settings. The final product is a quicktime file. That’s it! I hope this information helps make rendering in Cinema 4D easier.Continue Reading “Rendering Cinema 4d Lite in After Effects for Windows”

Rendering Cinema 4d Lite in After Effects for Mac

Below is a Mac workflow to prep a file for rendering your Cinema 4D Lite project in After Effects. We will cover how to import your Cinema 4D file into After Effects and provide the essential render settings. The final product is a quicktime file. That’s it! I hope this information makes it easier to render your CinemaContinue Reading “Rendering Cinema 4d Lite in After Effects for Mac”

Importing Vectorworks into Cinema 4D Lite

In this tutorial we will be launching the Cinema 4D Lite application through After Effects. We will be creating a new file by importing a 3D model previously exported from Vectorworks. We will set up our file using the animation industry standard of 24 frames per second, which allows for easy calculations between frames andContinue Reading “Importing Vectorworks into Cinema 4D Lite”

Exporting Vectorworks for Cinema 4D

Below is one of the many paths you could take to export your 3D model from Vectorworks. It includes the essential action steps to prep your file for import into Cinema 4D. You will undoubtably develop personal preferences as you continue your Cinema 4D journey. That’s it! I hope this information will make it easyContinue Reading “Exporting Vectorworks for Cinema 4D”