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Meet the woman called “the wizard of camera-based VR”

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  • Meet the woman called “the wizard of camera-based VR”

    By Mashable2017-09-13 19:01:41 UTC

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    Kate Wurzbacher is Head of Camera at Here Be Dragons — a specialized production company dedicated to bringing the latest and greatest in virtual reality to fruition.

  • Wurzbacher’s job is to help filmmakers create their vision by building custom rigs that capture interactive content in seemingly impossible situations.
  • Wurzbacher and her team have done it all: Stuck a camera on a car going 200 miles-per-hour, shot a man on fire at 1,000 frames-per-second, and captured a journey through the wilderness behind a herd of elephants.
  • On this episode of How She Works, we’ll see how Kate Wurzbacher finds ways to put unimaginable  landscapes, animals, and action into your living room by exploring creative solutions for VR.
  • To watch more episodes of How She Works, head to our YouTube playlist.

One female camera operator is making the impossible possible in VR

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Kate Wurzbacher is Head of Camera at Here Be Dragons — a specialized production company dedicated to bringing the latest and greatest in virtual reality to fruition. 

Wurzbacher’s job is to help filmmakers create their vision by building custom rigs that capture interactive content in seemingly impossible situations. Wurzbacher and her team have done it all: Stuck a camera on a car going 200 miles-per-hour, shot a man on fire at 1,000 frames-per-second, and captured a journey through the wilderness behind a herd of elephants. 

On this episode of How She Works, we’ll see how Kate Wurzbacher finds ways to put unimaginable  landscapes, animals, and action into your living room by exploring creative solutions for VR. 

To watch more episodes of How She Works, head to our YouTube playlist.

Meet the woman called “the wizard of camera-based VR”

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