We initially planned on incorporating 360 video into this project so that it would be truly immersive. We rented a Ricoh Theta S, shot 360 video out in nature, and flattened the video. Sadly, the video quality turned out poorly. We then scoured YouTube for the best professionally shot nature scenes we could find and used those instead.
We had planned on mixing our own audio for this project using soundboards. However, this would involve controlling the audio and video separately and would add an extra layerl of complication. Instead of doing this, we relied on the audio from the pre-recorded scenes we found on YouTube. With the eight speakers we used, this audio was more than enough for an immersive experience.
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