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buy ins victory saif the defenders bumbling attempt to control the ball so him diverted into his own nets fight to the final score and league leaders by an edge and close it so another title. when you're watching news don't forget you can keep up to date with all the latest news on our way. 7 to a symphony. then beethoven's pastoral symphony is the foundation. of an international art project. composed their understanding of nature. to mark the 250008 verse 3 of the composer's birth sharing program but you know he's. beethoven worldwide. through
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project starts on d w. when traveling in the real world becomes difficult devices like these can help with ya goggles we can explore extraordinary places and even travel in time what makes possible i would topic today or ship. up until now the odds were rather expensive barky and required an additional console your devices function independently now and available for about $200.00 euros the best results will still achieve but permanently installed high end systems though i took a look at different installations for tourists in my home town. 1960 through one huge wall runs through the heart of the city separating east and
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west and east german residents are strictly forbidden from crossing the border at the risk of being shown to be too virtual history allows viewers to experience life in the divided city firsthand and to see how young west berliners helps those in the east escape. this man in this picture is close measures and close that he's my grandfather and in this picture you see him building a tunnel under the burden of all. the our goggles bring on tons family legacy to life to let him descend into a virtual shaft like the one his grandfather and other estate agents had built from east to west berlin. 12 meters underground the 145 meter long tunnel under the berlin wall took 6 months to complete its super uncomfortable here. to be our director for sending this is a perfect example for how virtual reality can bring history to life with. things
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have progressed in a way that we now are starting to see historical material processed in a whole new way suddenly old scans can be displayed in a 4 k. or even 8 k. and we are we have the opportunity to expand these world. making it possible to step into historic scenes we've otherwise only known from pictures where newspaper articles with can order the author comforting. gripping tales from the past reconstructed up close and in full color. we are going to. crossing the 1970 s. border at checkpoint charlie is no simple task not even n.p.r. but this installation for bill interests also sees room for in the style she glimpse into former east berlin students. traveling through time is just so much fun some developers want to go one step further and he was we are to make history relive a book how would you like to take part in the march on washington in 1963 when
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civil rights activist martin luther king had his famous speech. over 80 actors in various b.r. specialists helped to recreate this historic moment in time. you literally marching with the people you're standing there you're looking at you know dr king gave this speech you're looking at every gesture and then looking at him seeing his eyes through you something it becomes very personal while goosebumps unfortunately the home selection for spectacular view our experiences is still quite limited many can only be tried out with high end equipment especially events on top of that the hardware set up for home viewing still comes with a lot of annoying glitches and for many the systems are still too expensive most agree we are still just getting started. so their heads
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a virtual reality studio in berlin he says the technology will have its big break soon enough thanks to some exciting innovations in brains and to do it better goggles have improved significantly in the last 2 years last year we experienced a quantum leap forward when prices became affordable and quality rose to a range that justify the cost of not just want to care shelf and his partner philip vending produce virtual reality content that's recently the organized if they are event alongside to be the biggest german film festival. to them there's no such thing as one stereotypical b.r. user. this medium has many different types of targets viewers there's the classic lean back audience that we know from television if they watch content and like being told stories but they're not keen on interacting it's really just about seeing a good story. when you've got the classic gamers who want to interact but who don't necessarily need photo realistic surroundings they're looking for 3 d.
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generated surroundings ideally live 3 d. generated surroundings that they can manipulate and can when it's and then there's the target audience that's not really looking for entertainment they're mostly from the industrial sector and use the yarn they're designing processes or to create pre-visualization they work in the automotive industry in architecture or in medicine. there for example they can practice new methods of surgery. until life and so forth. for years they've been saying the industry has a lot of potential but here's a reality check in 29000 users around the world spend 5700000000 euros on the hardware and software sounds like a lot in gaming users spend over 150000000000 euros and the same time spent by 2022 but beyond the street is expecting its turnover to rise to 15000000000 euros but 1st it needs to improve the whereas in office still we are let's you travel to places that were impossible to visit before for example world famous construction
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site unique images from inside the not done cathedral in paris after it was devastated by a fire in 21000 new structures and a high led concentration in the air make accessing the interior extremely dangerous for humans which is why a 360 degree camera robot is taking over the images it captures can be reviewed with p.r. goggles. she says we used to those who robot to get right to the center of because the right under gaping hole we wouldn't have managed to without the robot but the camera got lucky when i stood in the ruins i was unable to stand under that hole but now i can thanks to b.r. . just a few weeks before the fire filmmakers closure you and victor are you know i had finished shooting a 3 d. documentary on the world famous church. after the fire we realized we had
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captured the moment and not told us history that we could now give back to the public. by combining film material from before the fire with new images recording the damage the fire had caused the 2 filmmakers have now produced a 2nd documentary rebuilding the dam accompanies the reconstruction of the famous church it's. one of the kindest depictions of the beatles damaged interior else is most of these images are extraordinary they were filmed in virtual reality so in 360 degrees with a very high definition and in 3 d. that creates a separate image for the left and right eye each makes you feel like you're really is there. similarly. virtual reality goggles let you independently explore the cathedral in this 16 minute long film censors enable you to navigate through the building freely using your own body movements but the
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experience is strictly limited to v.r. in the real world the top down is currently still closed to visitors giving users the feeling of being in the midst of it all that's the goal for virtual reality and the more senses come into use the more real the experience will seem. we've had a look at the installation which offers a unique acoustic experience listening to music just the way it sounded when composer johan's a bus headed performed in the 18th century. the chapel it's just mind a mystical place for bach fans around the world down $1774.00 this painting was all that was left of it. now it's been rebuilt in virtual reality. prints for the architecture and sound composition were kept a space full to the original as possible.
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as it hits the hamill's berg chapel is almost like atlantis kind of like a sunken place of longing for a box for years i dreamt of recreating the hamill's berg so others could experience it and that dream has finally come true about so much. was performed on historic instruments in an echo free room at the technical university. that the sound could later be adjusted to fit the chappells accused in the work and sounds just like it did in past times. for ya'll can make dreams come true. i've always wanted to be a crocodile for instance. what's it like to be a cayman gliding down the amazon river. for a tree frog hopping from limb to limb. in this virtual reality installation participants can take on the lives of 5 different animals. i can be
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still my favorite animal is the vampire bat it's so cuddly and i love the way its experience has been recreated you get to fly through the rain forest by night and with the bats night vision and it's simply amazing. you know clue guy and her team at the interactive media foundation company in berlin designed this me our installation being recreated 400 hectares of brazil's 2 local market national park in the amazon rain forest the whole project took over a year 7500 plants alone had to be individually drawn and programmed the installation is now touring museums around the world. and with the knowledge of the stuff we wanted to create an emotional experience that you can delve right into we want to viewers to enjoy themselves and become interested in the animals in
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the way they experience the world and i must say it's working or we've had lots of people asking us is it really true that the poison dart frog sees those crazy colors it down how did you find that out or where can we learn more. before. passing our knowledge with virtual reality works especially well when the experience. is flying over the rain forest. what is on offer is getting more and more spectacular even if there's still room for improvement i think there's work to be done on graphics and resolution the greatest challenge for the industry will be to make the goggles lighter and more mobile this thing here for example it's just a bit too bulky even for me to expose of the industry say so this will be a thing of the past. in the near future we won't have these anymore and instead
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we'll have real glasses that look like the glasses we know now fashionable accessories about with lenses that either stay transparent and display additional information or ones that can darken your vision completely and show something else in a closed off space. i'm curious to see what will happen what are your experiences with what devices. do you use and what do you still want to experience in virtual reality that is not on you tube facebook or d.w. dot com that's it from me they can't see as well. and the island of immense beauty created by a natural disaster. iceland. the
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volcanoes that made it famous now threaten its very existence. how can i slanders protect themselves against the inevitable. threatening volcano. next on d w. this state of emergency is the new normal. people around the world are documenting this traumatic times. they're keeping the corona diary. and welcoming us into their lives homes. little sketches as up close and personal as the pandemic below $100.00. 45 minutes d. w. . i know nothing at. all because sometimes i am not nice and nothing with the time and the budget and i think the thing to jam a culture up yet you don't seem to think this grandma down to you it's all that
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they know i'm right so join me for me to get something out of course. the icelandic volcano or air for your cult has awoken from its deep slumber and threatens to erupt. extreme athletes are nasty goosen is preparing for the worst. value more stationary your that floats up will come down from the mountain will only give me 20 minutes.

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