David Attenborough's New Nature Documentary Made For Oculus Rift

Famous voice of BBC Nature documentaries, David Attenborough, revealed that his next film is made for the VR Headset Oculus Rift

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Celebrated nature documentary maker David Attenborough is filming his next mind-blowing nature series for the Oculus Rift. Viewers will be taken on a virtual reality journey in Conquest of the Skies that will take viewers to the jungles of Borneo using a special 360° camera rig to capture panoramic views.

"We're now filming for the Oculus Rift so when we filmed our recent flight in Borneo, we filmed with an eight-camera rig," Atlantic Productions' John Morris told Real Screen. "You got the full 360° experience."

Attenborough has previously partnered with Atlantic Productions to create 3D nature immersion. No release date has been given yet that features one of the most diverse places on Earth and home of freaking flying snakes.

Oculus VR, the makers of Oculus Rift was recently aquired by Facebook for $2 Billion.

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[via Eurogamer, RealScreen]

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