VR and 360 Video Production Coursera Quiz Answers
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Module 1 Final Assessment Answers
Agency is that feeling of being there in a VR video.
Which is the first blockbuster to feature VR before it even had a name?
- The Lawnmower Man
- The Matrix
Where does the audience sit in a 360-degree video?
- They sit in stage left.
- They sit in the middle of the scene.
- They sit far away from the scene and must find it.
- They sit along the side of the screen.
3rd Person Point of View…
- Refers to the type of camera used to capture a scene
- Refers to the 3rd character to appear in a scene
- Is when the viewer perceives a VR video from a removed vantage point
- Is when the viewer perceives a VR video from the vantage point of a character in the scene
What’s the major difference between monoscopic and stereoscopic video?
- The number of directions you’re able to move your head in when you watch a 360 or VR video.
- The number of minutes you’re expected to watch a VR or 360 video for.
- The number of different images displayed when you look through a viewer for VR or 360 video
- The number of speakers you hear out of when watching VR and 360 videos—in monoscopic there is one and stereoscopic there are two
Which of the following is NOT a way to “unwrap” a spherical video?
- Equirectangular projection
What happened in the 1990s and 2000s that paved the way for advancements in VR hardware?
- The rise of cellular technology
- The rise of panoramic photography
- Palmer Luckey developed the prototype for the Oculus Rift
- Sega VR became the best-selling VR headset of its day
Virtual reality videos currently allow for 6DoF, or “Six Degrees of Freedom”
Which of the following refers to the “top” of a VR Video?
VR videos can only be viewed in a headset
Module 2 Final Assessment Answers
Who is responsible for making sure all shots are captured?
- Director of Photography
- Assistant Camera Operator
You should not produce VR content if you’re working solo.
Overhead diagrams help you…
- Block your shot’s action
- Figure out when to shoot in which locations
- Better understand who will like your video
- Know how your footage looks behind your subject’s head
It’s a best practice to ensure you have at least 3 POIs per shot to effectively engage audiences
The best VR directors… (Select all that apply)
- Have experience producing VR content
- Understand how audiences respond to VR content
- Get coffee for everybody else on set as a gesture of kindness
- Are conscious of guiding cues as a means to steer audience attention
If you only had 3 crew-members, which of these roles should you not include in your production?
- Director of Photography
- Script Supervisor
Plot is the most important part of your VR video.
Directors can influence audience participation in VR using… (select all that apply)
- Audio Cues
- Visual Cues
- Points of Interest
Which of the following is an example of a visual cue?
- Turning your head to look at the car because you heard it approaching
- The characters in a scene all turning to look at the car that just parked
- Characters learning about the plot along with you to increase dramatic irony
- Positioning an important object where it will be especially visible for audiences
An important thing to remember about storyboards for VR is:
- They are technically incomplete if they don’t include scheduling notes
- If you’re working on a crew of 1 or 2, they are typically unnecessary
- They should be done in 360 degrees to avoid misunderstanding your environment
- There are many different ways to do them, as long as they help pre-visualize your shots
Module 3 Final Assessment Answers
Which best describes “practicals”?
- Realistic expectations of user behavior in a VR video
- Types of notes directors should log in their shot list
- Lighting that exists naturally in a given environment
- Considerations a director should take on set to make sure their shoot is completed on time
It’s best to always go with a stereoscopic camera for your VR shoot.
Which of the following is not a mistake to avoid in your VR shoot?
- Placing objects or subjects too close to the camera
- Extensive camera movements, including rotational changes
- Forgetting to stabilize your tripod or monopod
- Making sure you get every shot you schedule on the exact timeframe you laid out
Dynamic Range refers to:
- The range of light your camera can detect
- The respective versatility of your actors
- How many crew-members are able to fulfill multiple roles on set
- The Director’s ability to address the wide variety of demands generated during VR video production
Stereophonic audio is the best audio solution for VR video.
Which of the following is impacted by a camera’s frame rate? Select all that apply.
- Field of View
- How motion will appear in the final video
- How stable the camera is during your shoot
- The file size of the video
Generally speaking, monoscopic cameras are able to clearly pick up objects closer to the camera than stereophonic cameras.
Which of the following is a common frame rate for VR video?
The major difference between a fisheye lens and a rectilinear lens is:
- How lines are recorded
- The dynamic range
- The possible frame rate
- The amount of light they let in
Audio cues don’t work with monophonic audio.
Module 4 Final Assessment Answers
Editing VR videos is different from 2D editing in which of the following ways:
- You generally have longer takes
- You generally need to cut more often
- VR is a more forgiving medium when it comes to actor performances
- You edit VR videos in spherical form, whereas you edit 2D video in equirectangular format
Which best describes why it is a bad idea to cut too often in a VR video?
- It just never really works aesthetically
- VR videos with too many scene changes take up a lot of hard drive space
- Every time you cut, you risk losing your audience’s sense of presence
- There’s no way to put audiences back in the “center” where you want them when you cut
If you shot your VR video with the wrong “center” in mind, you’re stuck with that.
Which of the following is a common formatting ratio for equirectangular editing?
As long as you purchased your computer after 2014, it should be able to handle editing and rendering VR content
What’s the minimum recommended resolution for VR videos?
- 1080p HD
It’s a good idea to review your edit in a VR headset before publishing because… (select all that apply)
- Equirectangular formatting often causes creators to miss details.
- It’s actually not possible to publish without first viewing in a VR headset.
- It’s hard to know what will work in VR without trying it out yourself.
- Videos optimized for 2D viewing don’t always look the best in the headset, and vice versa.
Because VR videos are edited in equirectangular format, when you overlay text and titles directly, they will appear flat.
“Match on Attention” refers to…
- Using guiding cues to show audiences where to look.
- Only putting POIs in places where you think audiences will be looking.
- Guessing where a viewer’s attention lands at the end of a scene and then putting a POI in the same place at the beginning of the next scene.
- Using cross-dissolves to blend the environments from one scene to the next.
A “Little Planet” is:
- A nickname for VR videos
- An effect that occurs when you view VR videos in a headset
- The feeling of “being there” in a VR experience
- The style of image that is produced when your 360/VR video is wrapped into a 2D sphere
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