MixCast 2.0 lets you stream Mixed Reality VR without a green screen
Blueprint Reality recently announced the new release of MixCast 2.0, a program where you can stream mixed reality VR without a green screen. The software is now available for download.
Blueprint Reality, a virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality developer was founded in September 2016. They say their mission is to “create tangible, fantastical games and experiences that transport people beyond our world.”
MixCast blends real people with virtual worlds to create powerful 2D content from VR applications in real-time letting broadcasters and streamers use MixCast VR to show a more personal view of themselves playing VR games.
“We’ve really worked on the ease-of-use aspects of MixCast for this release,” explained Blueprint Reality CEO and co-founder Tarrnie Williams in an email to UploadVR. “No experience is necessary, but those with an eye for cinematography will find it put to good use with MixCast 2.0.”
All that is needed for filming mixed reality content are a virtual reality ready PC, a PC VR headset or a Windows VR device, and a camera connected to your PC.
By combining video of people in the real world with the VR experience that they’re in, spectators can understand what the VR participant is experiencing first-hand, and can then share that experience and connect with the VR voyager!
By consolidating video of people in the real world with the VR experience that they are in, onlookers can comprehend what the VR participant is encountering up front, and would then be able to share that experience and connection with them.