Discover the New VIRTUL Underwater VR 3D Cameras
Projects such as SeaWorld's "Orca 360", and The New York Times Daily 360 "Underwater Sculptures" are shot with VIRTUL (San Diego, CA, USA) cameras. The VRTUL 1 and VRTUL 2 cameras are the only underwater VR solutions capable of recording in native stereoscopic 3D, ProRes, 12-bit DNG RAW, and 360 live streaming to Facebook for special events.
"VRTUL has set itself apart in the quality of its technology and production services for commercial projects. We develop purpose built camera solutions and post pipelines to take underwater immersive storytelling as far as it can possibly go. These are incredibly important tools from the travel industry to Hollywood," says Casey Sapp, CEO of VRTUL.
VRTUL (pronounced Virtual) is a San Diego, CA,USA based VR production services company. They are creators of the first 360° stereoscopic underwater camera and a leader in underwater VR storytelling. VRTUL has offices in both San Diego and Los Angeles, handling concurrent projects worldwide. The VRTUL 1 and VRTUL 2 are available for lease and rental based on availability.