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News video that presented by VR technology need to stay the same, says a VR specialist

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By Tsz-Shun Yam, 5 March 2019


VR technology was arising in the movie industry. But unlike movie, when journalist choose to use VR to present news story, they cannot edit the clip. In order to let the audience to have the feeling of virtually being there, all the content need to stay the same.


“More extra things, more real,” Chainly Sze, the founder and chairman of Hong Kong Virtual Reality Network (HKVRN) said at a Hong Kong Shue Yan University forum yesterday. Google has done a research and proposed that if people used a 360-degree virtual reality camera to shoot a news story, all the content needed to stay the same, don’t touch up anything inside the clip, because more extra things inside the clip, the more real. As a reporter, showing the exact situation of the scene was the most important.


“VR technology can also apply in the production of documentary,” he said. Documentary focus more on presenting facts and reality, but VR technology mainly used on presenting creative content nowadays, therefore Sze believed that applying VR in the production of documentary would be a breakthrough. “Using VR to show the area of making an erhu fiddle can let the audience to have the feeling of virtually being there.” He has commented on the documentary filmed by a student which was about making an erhu fiddle.


“The development of VR has changed movie industry,” Albert Lai, the director of Many Vision Ltd said. Lai has an idea to film a movie which was about using the angle of a mental patient to see the world in ten years ago, he wanted to present the story in the first person angle. But when he consulted with other director, all of them think that was impossible, because at that time, there was no any technology can film this kind of movie. But with VR, it became possible.


Chainly Sze is the founder and chairman of Hong Kong Virtual Reality Network (HKVRN), he is also the director and training manager of Farbars Limited. Fatbars Limited has won the different international awards, including Promax Gold Asia Award 2004, Best Documentary Promo - National Geographic Channel Asia and Promax Gold World Award 2004.


Albert Lai is the director of Many Vision Ltd, he has more than 22-year experience on screenwriting and movie directing. He is also the professional judge of Hong Kong Film Awards.--165054 2019年3月5日 (二) 20:21 (CST)

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