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Rebecca Stewart
Media Educator, Immersive Digital Artist & Techno-Anthropologist

Immersive Worlds: Working with 360 Video

Digital Asset Published 9/13/18 Last updated on 9/30/19

This Adobe Spark handout focuses on working with immersive technologies. Specifically focusing on 360 video, using equipment such as the Ricoh Theta & Kodak. This then follows through to the post-production workflows in Adobe Premiere Pro.

This resource also guides students through the difference between VR,360 Video and AR. There are many ways in which the 4th medium is being used and this can only grow!

Hopefully for the better of Mankind in developing empathy, wellbeing alongside being storytelling mediums.

So there is context, practicae and practical.

I hope you enjoy it!

Plus your students can view this on any mobile device and maybe create their own spark pages!

Immersive Worlds: Working with 360 Video. Spark Page link

Designed for undergraduate students in Digital Media & Media Production originally, it could be used for higher secondary.

Products
  • Adobe Premiere Pro

    Edit media in its native format and create productions for film, TV, and web.

  • Adobe Spark

    Adobe Spark is an easy-to-use tool that helps you turn your ideas into compelling social graphics, web stories, and animated videos

Age Levels
Duration
1+ Week
ISTE Standards
Students: Creative Communicator, Students: Empowered Learner, Students: Digital Citizen, Students: Innovative Designer, Students: Computational Trainer
Materials

If you want to create 360 Videos, obviously you will need a 360 camera or multiple cameras.

In the Spark page, I have put heaps of links to different companies, people who use 360 cameras and test them, so check them out.

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Stephen King

Posted on 11/6/19 12:29:16 PM Permalink

Thank you, I am going mad​

Rebecca Stewart

Posted on 11/6/19 2:02:32 PM Permalink

All the best people are mad!​

Stephen King

Posted on 11/6/19 12:17:29 PM Permalink

Have I missed the resources or am I being daft?​

Rebecca Stewart

Posted on 11/6/19 12:23:56 PM Permalink

Greg Hodgson

Posted on 9/30/19 9:47:13 AM Permalink

​A great resource Beck, some fascinating ideas and processes here.

Rebecca Stewart

Posted on 11/6/19 2:03:42 PM Permalink

Thanks Greg. I am just working on an Adobe Spark for Adobe Aero, we used it in our class yesterday its awesome.

William Cortez

Posted on 5/27/19 4:47:54 PM Permalink

Thanks for your insight. It is a tremendous work.​

Rebecca Stewart

Posted on 11/6/19 2:03:22 PM Permalink

Thanks William! ​

Percy Ordonez

Posted on 5/23/19 1:08:03 PM Permalink

​Thank you for putting this together. Great work

Caine Crawford

Posted on 1/3/19 5:44:36 PM Permalink

That was very informative, thankyou.​

Rebecca Stewart

Posted on 2/8/19 12:53:08 PM Permalink

Thank you for the feedback! Hopefully going to be positing more! ​

Rebecca Stewart

Posted on 10/24/18 7:25:37 AM Permalink

​Thank you Julie! Ive got a lot of example of works on instagram too, and the you-tubers like Ben Clarmont at the bottom of the spark is a really great you-tuber for anyone who wants to learn 360 video. Im really interested in the architecture of immersive worlds

Julie Terry

Posted on 10/24/18 1:17:59 AM Permalink

What a fabulous presentation of content and useful information on a very timely and fascinating topic. Thank you greatly for sharing this!