Five 360º Videos from 2017 to see (if you haven’t yet)

If you’re a fan of major YouTube personalities, you’ve undoubtedly seen 360° video before as companies have been developing innovations that allow people to record their daily lives with a 360° view. With a 360° you’re given the opportunity to watch a video from all angles of recording. Meaning that although a person might be recording their face, you can use controls on your device to see to the left, to the right, and even behind the camera. It’s a great way to make the viewer feel like they are actually in the same room as the filming personality. (Keep reading here)

ONE: “Engineer Emily Howard narrates as you walk around the cruise stage, which will fly the 2020 rover to the Red Planet, and the descent stage, which will lower the rover to the Martian surface.”

TWO: “Rohingya refugees have been fleeing violence in Myanmar at a staggering rate – and the numbers keep growing.”

THREE:  “In this VR film by National Geographic Explorer Martin Edström, you will come face to face with Gibson and his mother, as they struggle with their pride’s alpha male.”

FOUR: “Using the latest research in neural development and colour vision in infants, First Impressions allows you to experience and interact with the world from the point of view of a baby.”

 

FIVE: “Radhika and Yashoda can travel for up to six hours a day to school and back. They live high in the mountains, in a remote Himalayan village, but getting an education is really important to them.”

AND a bonus link to explore, the NY Times Daily 360 is a great place to drop by:

 

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