100 Best Extended Reality Documentary Videos


Documentaries made in XR (i.e., extended reality, including virtual reality and augmented reality) are created using specialized software and hardware. The process of making an XR documentary typically involves the following steps:

  1. Research and planning: This involves gathering information about the topic or subject of the documentary, identifying the audience, and outlining the content and structure of the documentary.
  2. Pre-production: This involves setting up the shoot, including scouting locations, selecting equipment, and recruiting any necessary personnel (e.g., camera operators, sound technicians).
  3. Production: This involves capturing the footage and audio needed for the documentary, using specialized XR cameras and other equipment. This can be done using a variety of techniques, including live action, animation, and computer-generated imagery.
  4. Post-production: This involves editing the footage, adding special effects and graphics, and creating a final version of the documentary. This may involve using specialized software and hardware to create the XR experience.
  5. Distribution: This involves making the final version of the documentary available to the intended audience, either through a distribution platform (e.g., a streaming service) or by releasing it in physical form (e.g., on a DVD or Blu-ray disc).



See also:

100 Best Extended Reality Language Learning Videos | 100 Best Extended Reality Videos | Extended Reality & Conversational Intelligence | Extended Reality & Voice User Interface 2017

[91x Aug 2018]