Blindspot – Season 2 Premiere: The 360 Experience | RVLVR

Blindspot – Season 2 Premiere: The 360 Experience | RVLVR

Blindspot Season 2 premiered with a behind-the-scenes 360/VR video to accompany it. Produced by RVLVR and directed by Nick Bicanic, it allows fans to see what goes into making some of “Blindspot’s” toughest action scenes in the first episode of season 2. The video is hosted by creator Martin Gero, who wrote and directed the premiere, and is NBC’s first behind-the-scenes VR project, which was also shot with full ambisonic sound. We’re proud to say that Mettle 360/VR plugins were used in Post-Production in After Effects (SkyBox Studio) and Premiere Pro (SkyBox 360/VR Tools). Check it out below, and explore by clicking the four directional buttons in the top left corner, or by dragging your cursor over the video.

Behind the scenes: 360° view of BLINDSPOT Season 2 – 1st episode.

Blindspot – Season 2 Premiere: The 360 Experience (Digital Exclusive)

See the cast and crew.

“The dynamic style of Blindspot is a perfect playground to show off how 360 video can be a game changer. And now is the perfect time to push boundaries and develop an emotionally engaging cinematic language for a 360 environment. This is VR like we have not seen it before. Fast, dynamic and exciting. 

-Nick Bicanic, Director, RVLVR

360 camera chronicles the scenes:


Directed by Nick Bicanic
Produced by RVLVR
Filmed and Edited by Nick Bicanic
Production audio, mix and score by Aurelia Soundworks
Fine Stitch + Color correct by Spherica
Titles by Mark Simpson
Additional Photography by Sasha Che
Additional stitching by Wemersive

Check out Nick’s talk from NAB 2016 “Storytelling in VR“.

Mettle Skybox Suite has joined Adobe.

Mettle Skybox Suite of plugins will be exclusively available as part of your Creative Cloud membership through deep, native integration with Premiere Pro CC and After Effects CC. Adobe Creative Cloud will offer an end to end experience for crafting rich and compelling VR/360 experiences.  

 Learn more – Adobe and Mettle VR: 360 degrees better

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