TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Using GoPro cameras and making full use of the latest editing techniques, Television Corporation of Japan Co., Ltd. has published a video entitled “Human vs Animals --The amazing eyes of animal--” that recreates the viewing angle of various animals.
In comparison with the 200° field of view for humans, dogs see 250°, sheep see 270°, birds see 300°, cows see 330°, and it is said that the Angora rabbit can see up to 355°. This video reproduces the difference of each viewing angle in a single video size.
Within the story of a heated relay-race competition between humans and animals, you can experience a highly realistic representation of the visual world from the point of view of various animals.
How to Watch the Video:
This video contains visuals using special techniques to reproduce the field of view of animals.
Depending on your physical condition while watching, you may experience discomfort.
People who don’t feel well, get motion sickness easily, and small children should all take care.
Differences in the Fields of View in Animals-------------
When viewing with two eyes, animals with a wide field of view have a narrower amount of overlapping visuals, but a wider overall field in each individual eye. In order to reproduce this phenomenon, the video was edited to keep the field viewed with two eyes clear and to slightly blur the field viewed with only one eye. In addition, an animal’s sense of color is thought to be different from humans, so the video color was adjusted to show a monotonous tone based on the animal’s ability to see various wavelengths of light.
Visual Images Advisor: Veterinarian Dr. Nobuyuki Kanemaki (Azabu University)
Various Fields of View Made Possible by GoPro-------------
This ultra-wide-angle video was made using state-of-the-art technology by connecting 6 GoPro cameras to shoot 360° video.
Video data from the 6 cameras was converted into photographic images, then stitched into 360° panoramic photographs. Using information of the camera positions, each frame was rendered into a panorama, then converted into a 360° panoramic movie file.
Production: Television Corporation of Japan Co., Ltd. http://www.tcj-net.co.jp/
Technical Cooperation: GLOBAL SYSTEM Co., Ltd.
Location: Ikaho Green Bokujo
Trade Name: Television Corporation of Japan Co., Ltd. (TCJ)
Line of Business: TV ad planning & production, as well other general video production
Established: October 8th, 1952
Number of Employees: 46 people