Interesting articles about VR – week #35

Obama lost in virtual reality prompts hilarious Photoshop battle White House Photographer Pete Souza shared a candid photo of President Obama checking out his trip to Yosemite earlier this year in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the National Parks. Instead of watching the footage on a TV, Obama was checking out his trip using … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #35

Interesting articles about VR – week #34

Virtual Reality App Development A fashion trend, a cutting-edge technology, a new direction in art, a radical philosophical and lifestyle shift. First of all VR is a rapidly growing market. Many researches state that VR market is on its way to its own Big Bang with some, like Thinkmobiles, promising a 400% increase in number … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #34

Editors‘ picks: Sunset edition

Who doesn’t love a nice, romantic sunset! Right? We’re pretty lucky our 360Cities community photographers have uploaded a couple of them recently, so we can put them all together and enjoy them all!   Sugarloaf Rock Sunset by Luke Busellato (click the picture to open the pano) This one was taken in Western Australia. The … Continue reading Editors‘ picks: Sunset edition

360º Video soft launch – start uploading your videos now

At the recent IVRPA conference in Quebec, we announced that we will soon begin accepting 360º video. Our goal is to create a high quality, curated collection of 360º videos that will be of interest to both our licensing customers and to those of our distribution partner, Getty Images. Now you can upload your best 360º videos to 360Cities We have now launched 360 video pages … Continue reading 360º Video soft launch – start uploading your videos now

Interesting articles about VR – week #33

The new discovery will allow to touch the video, not just watching it The new discovery will allow to touch the video, not just watching it. Watching video is basically a fairly passive action. Information coming to your eyes, the brain processes them and you accept them. However, the researchers of the Laboratory for Computer … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #33

Editors’ picks – The Milky Way edition

We are back to brighten up your Monday, because who wouldn’t love to procrastinate a tiny bit and enjoy a couple of wonderful panoramic pictures, right?   Paine Waterfalls by Marcio Cabral (click the picture to open the pano) This pano has basically everything – a stunning view, amazing colours and a lovely piece of … Continue reading Editors’ picks – The Milky Way edition