AVA360VR: Annotate, Visualise, Analyse 360 Video in Virtual Reality

Paul Bruce McIlvenny* (Developer), Jacob Gorm Davidsen (Producer), Artúr Barnabás Kovács (Developer), Nicklas Haagh Christensen (Developer), Stefan Hvarregaard Tanderup (Developer)

*Corresponding author

Research output: Non-textual formComputer programmeResearch

Abstract

AVA360VR (Annotate, Visualise, Analyse 360 video in Virtual Reality) is a VR software package to support immersive qualitative analysis of complex audio-visual data that have been collected with multiple 2D and 360 cameras as well as external stereo and ambisonic microphones. It is designed specifically for working with and inhabiting 360-degree video. It includes many innovative features, such as 360 video switching, video recamming, live 3D audio mixing, annotating with drawings and animation, as well as a keyframe image sequence generator, a live transcript viewer, a comic panel sequence creator, volumetric capture and replay of actual usage, 3D tutorials and a full project/analysis management interface.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date20 May 2021
Media of outputOnline
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 20 May 2021

Keywords

  • Software
  • AVA360VR
  • Video ethnography
  • Qualitative Research
  • Immersive Qualitative Analytics
  • Immersive Humanities

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