A Silicon Valley startup is working on hardware, software and services for 360-degree storytelling.
VR fever is in full swing this spring: Jaunt, which says it’s building the first cinematic virtual-reality experience, announced $6.8 million in venture funding from investors including British Sky Broadcasting, Redpoint Ventures, SV Angel, Dolby Laboratories chairman Peter Gotcher and Sli…
Virtual Reality has been attracting a lot of interest of late, particularly in the wake of Facebook’s $2 billion acquisition of Oculus Rift announced on March 25. If you haven’t yet tried this new generation of VR headsets, you’re in for a treat. The immersiveness of the experience can simply blow you away. It is … Continue reading
Games will almost certainly lead the way on emerging platforms like the Oculus Rift. But a Palo Alto-based startup named Jaunt is making the bet that..
Jaunt is creating hardware, software, tools, and apps for content creators to make powerful VR cinema experiences for the Oculus Rift and other VR headsets.
When Mark Zuckerberg bought Oculus VR last month, he was looking beyond gaming. “Imagine enjoying a courtside seat at a game,” he said. “Or consulting with a…
Gamers love Oculus Rift; the virtual reality system offers a mind-blowingly immersive way to experience digital worlds. Jaunt, a new tech company, brings the platform into live-action, cinematic territory. I saw their stuff. It was incredible. And it's a Pretty Big Deal for movies and media.
Jaunt has raised $6.8 million to make 3D, 360-degree films that take advantage of virtual reality gear.
The frenzied interest in Oculus Rift has mostly dealt with its applications for gaming. A Palo Alto startup that came out of stealth today has other …
British Sky Broadcasting Group (called BSkyB) has made a $350,000 investment in Jaunt, an early-stage startup that captures and displays 360 degree video content. BSkyB said that the new partnership will give it “additional insight into developments within the field.