May 13, 2016
NAB 2016

WATCH: All the New VR and Audio Products from NAB 2016

Rounding out our video coverage of NAB 2016 with a glimpse at what future conferences may hold.

We pumped out 106 videos for you this year at NAB 2016, there were 70 up on YouTube with accompanying articles in the first four days alone. As a reader, we understand this must've been a little overwhelming. To make things a little easier for you to digest, we're breaking our content down by category.

If there was one common thread at Sundance, TriBeCa and SXSW this year it would have to be the mass groups of people waiting in lines down streets and around corners to get a taste of Virtual Reality. It was surprising, then, to see that VR wasn't a major player at NAB 2016. Maybe it's a testament to the fact that companies aren't quite sure what the best use of this emerging technology is yet, or perhaps they are under the impression VR really is just a passing trend. It is our belief, however, that in the coming years we'll be seeing exponentially more booths displaying VR products. The industry is just not quite there yet.

One truth about film that will never change is that there's nothing more important than capturing clean, uncompromised sound.  Companies like Zoom have made a point of helping budget filmmakers achieve this for the past decade, but it's always interesting (or frustrating) to check out what some of the highest end audio equipment on the market is capable of.

Below are lists of all our VR and audio videos from NAB or, alternatively, just click play on the playlists up top and let em' ride.

Audio

Virtual Reality and 360


No Film School's complete coverage of NAB 2016 is brought to you by My RØDE Reel, Shutterstock, and Blackmagic Design.

No Film School's complete coverage of NAB 2016 is brought to you by My RØDE Reel, Shutterstock, and Blackmagic Design.

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lol, who on earth is going to upload multiple terabytes of data to Google to stitch a project together? Very few people, I'll tell you that. Omni looks promising as a full solution however it's not far removed from the Hero rig.

May 13, 2016 at 5:53PM

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