360 graders film

Mie Maria Græsvænge Hansen, Morten Dalgaard Johansen, Lauge Bro Lilleås, Sabine Murholt Nielsen, Jon Vraamose Møller Nielsen & Thomas Heltborg Poulsen

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


This study is about how to produce and test the effects of a 360° film. In classical film production there are four steps – preproduction, production, post production and distribution. The four steps are being explored with the purpose of finding challenges and potentials in 360° film production. This is done by testing existing techniques and methods and re-using and adapting these in 360° film. To test how people use and react to the effect of a produced 360° film, a group of nine individuals have been observed during the playback of the film followed by an interview about the experience. The research shows that the process of making a 360° film produces different challenges than classic filmmaking. Some techniques and methods can be directly re-used while others need adaptation.

UddannelserBasis - Humanistisk-Teknologisk Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Basis
Udgivelsesdato17 jan. 2012
VejledereNiels Christian Juul


  • metode
  • filmteknik
  • degree
  • film
  • grader
  • filmeffekter
  • produktion
  • 360