Virtual Reality view of a Yanomamö Shabano

I’ve resurrected some VR shots I made way back in 2005. This was from one of our pre-production trips to Venezuela for the filming of “Yai Wanonabalewä – The Enemy God” – a feature film we made in partnership with the Yanomamö people in that region. You can watch the film HERE.

Unfortunately, my personal WordPress account won’t allow for a real embed here, so you have to click on the link. But it’s worth it!

https://roundme.com/embed/360993/1226641

[ALSO, there are two sections, just look for the little “hotspot” behind the crew.]

This was in pre-digital VR days, when I was shooting on real film! I used a Canon T70 SLR with a Sigma 15mm fisheye lens. 10 frames were stitched together using QuickTime VR software. Now, I’m playing with these old panoramas using current tech.

Author: TomK

I'm a husband, father, and adopted child of God. Vocationally, I'm a visual storyteller; that means filmmaker with all its possible variations as the world of visual storytelling grows and changes. I like to tell and pass on stories that help people find the place where their deep satisfaction meets the others' deep needs.

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