Because once you have created some stories, you might want to go back and start managing these on the platform.
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So, within Fader you can actually add slideshows to your 360º experience. Slideshows are combinations of audio and images and maybe a caption and then you play the audio and the images keep changing.
Sometimes, believe it or not, there is no obvious use for a 360º video or 360º image. Sometimes, you need to focus or zoom in on something very specific and sometimes, you simply do not have any 360º material available – for example when it comes to archival footage. In these cases, you can fall back on the good ol’ 2D content – normal pictures and videos.
Being able to add 3D environments is actually one of our latest feature additions and it exemplifies why Fader is such a unique platform. On our 360º platform you can now ad 3D environments to your scenes.
Allow your viewers to navigate through your Fader stories. Easy with Fader.
If you want to create a 360º story, the Fader media library helps you find the right content.
The idea behind Fader is simple: Allowing content creators to experiment with interactive 360º storytelling in an easy and fast way, by diminishing technical entry barriers so that you can focus on your creative process and the rest will be handled by Fader.
Last week, we co-organized a conference for journalists, storytellers and creatives who are interested in telling their stories in an immersive way.
From sketching, deciding all the way to prototyping – this post is the second of three posts in which I’ll explain how we created our first AR prototype.
In December, we went to Potsdam for five days to create an AR prototype. This is how we went about it.