SupersphereVR produces VR experiences that pack a visual punch. In “Space Race,” a recent episode of Timeless: Continuum Recon VR Experience, the villain attempts to sabotage the Apollo 11 mission. Lucas Wilson, an executive producer on the project and founder of SupersphereVR, says, “Sci-fi director Trevor Sands brought us into the project for Sony Pictures Television. Using the JauntVR camera system, DP Eric Haase shot on location in Vancouver at a site created to replicate Apollo 11 mission control.
“The numerous challenges in VR/360 make it an exciting medium—the challenges make the end result even more satisfying. In this case, it was the integration of 360° VFX—expertly created and composited by Legend3D—with practical elements because we’re working with spherical and 2D shapes. Audio is critical to a high-quality VR experience, and the integration of several different audio deliverables for the various delivery platforms—YouTube, YouTube 360, JauntVR—was time-consuming and required very close attention to detail.”
Wilson adds, “I provide suggestions, but I rely on post experts, like Dave Franks for color grading and finishing, to do their usual excellent job. However, I do recommend
. In my opinion, it is the only platform on the market that is valid for real-time, high-end VR/360/stereo color grading and finishing.”