BBC Click's Spencer Kelly showed RTS audiences at the Cambridge Convention how a magic trick can be done when wearing a virtual reality headset with 360 degree cameras.
The latest smartphone technology aims to change the television industry by transforming how we watch video.
The RTS Cambridge Convention 2015 took place from Wednesday 16 to Friday 18 September, seeing senior leaders from the television industry on both sides of the Atlantic converge on the city.
The topics covered over the three days ranged from the importance of the BBC worldwide, to a debate about the lessons learnt from the General Election 2015, to the continued challenge that the television industry faces with the rise of video content emerging on digital platforms.
Talent agents, controllers and light entertainment chiefs explore issues raised by current controversies surrounding ‘talent’. Do they get paid too much? Do they have too much power? How has this situation arisen? And what, if anything, should we do about it?
Session Fifteen: Talent – can’t live with ‘em, can’t live without ‘em
Four senior industry leaders look back at the debates of the last three days and consider what we have learnt about the directions in which television is heading. Can we foresee a reasonably happy future ahead? Or will the cards come tumbling down?
Session Sixteen: Looking Towards 2020