hand drawn 360 video teaser by Chu for ‘Turn Your Shit Down’

Published on Jun 17, 2016

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Turn Your Sh*t Down
(teaser trailer)
First release from
The F*ck You Sound

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Microcity is an imaginary place, conjured up into this reality by Chu’s pioneering analogue to digital handcrafting techniques. It is an empty place, a desolate and experimental pitstop on the way back home from disillusionment.

The city is based on the layout for a board game and evolved into four defined quarters: residential, industrial, natural and financial.

Microcity is the only location for future video broadcasts from The Fuck You Sound, populated solely by the cosmic guardians of each district.

This pilot episode introduces you to our solar system, and puts you at the centre of an alternative universe.

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Recommended viewing system spec:
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+ 2 minutes of your time
+ 2 ears
+ 2 feet space
+ Google Cardboard or similar headset
+ Youtube app installed on your portable device
+ Headphones

Select the highest possible resolution that your bandwidth allows in the youtube settings for the best visual quality. Click the goggle icon to enable stereo headset capabilities.

The next video release will be full length, in full resolution and better quality. Stay tuned and subscribe.

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Links of interest:
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Order the debut 12″ single on Bandcamp
Turn Your Shit Down. Featuring remixes by Bogus Order & Aries:
https://t4qs.fm/bandcamp

Listen to our first sodcast:
https://t4qs.fm/sodcast

Stalk us on Twitter:
https://t4qs.fm/twitter

Hear some of our mixes:
https://t4qs.fm/mixcloud

Discover more of Chu’s artwork:
https://t4qs.fm/chu

Please direct all band enquiries here:
https://t4qs.fm/contact

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stop the cu*ts

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Follow me on Twitter:
http://www.twitter.com/chu3d

On VR and a 360 of ethics.

Immersive 360 VR opens a whole gas-mask of worms let’s hope the thrills and wows are delivered with attention to set and setting. –Steve Fly

Take a look at this paper–“Real Virtuality: A Code of Ethical Conduct. Recommendations for Good Scientific Practice and the Consumers of VR-Technology”

http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/frobt.2016.00003/abstract

make nice things

be nice
speak with well meaning
don’t be mean and spiteful

be cool man
a 360 ethics 

thought for others point of view
in ALL directions?

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Mark pesce – VR4 The People – Fact & Friction (Video Lecture)

Published on Apr 29, 2015
In 25 years, VR has gone from being uncomfortable, unwieldy, and expensive, to uncomfortable, unwieldy and everywhere. How do we avoid repeating the same mistakes that plagued Nintendo, Sega and VR generally? Have we learned anything? Can we listen to our bodies when we design for virtuality? And where is this all going? Mark Pesce, the co-inventor of VRML, brings all his years of experience to the topic – from the very beginnings of VR to tomorrow’s live broadcasts.

Slides can be found at http://markpesce.com/VR4ThePeople/