(VRfun18) Sceneries of the World in 3D – Episode 4 – 8K 360 VR Video



In this series we will showcase some of the most special, unique, interesting or simply beautiful places we’ve had the privilege of visiting over the last few years.

No narration, or any information about the scenes other than where they were shot.

In this episode we travel to:
Murchison Falls National Park (Uganda)
De Hoge Veluwe (The Netherlands)
Lac de Panneciere (France)
Panta de Canelles (Spain)
Rombo (Kenya)
Mirador de Cumbrecita (La Palma)
Ortakoy square, Istanbul (Turkey)
Piazzetta de San Marco, Venice (Italy)

A few years ago we released a few episodes of ‘Most Beautiful Sceneries of the World’, which was a series of scenes we shot with various GoPro 360 rigs and was released in 4K monoscopic. These days we film everything with our Kandao Obsidian and now have enough shots to share some new episodes, only this time in 6K – 8K and stereoscopic (3D).

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Or download our ‘A Gorilla Travels’ app in the Oculus, Viveport, and Pico stores to watch our VR travel films in the best possible way.

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Pico: go into the Pico store on your headset.

If you are interested in licensing this or other 360° VR videos we have made, or wish to create new content, please contact us or visit https://www.vr-gorilla.com/licensing/

VR Gorilla is an Amsterdam based virtual reality production studio. We aim to create the most immersive, enthralling experiences imaginable. We want to give you new experiences and take you places you have never been. We want to tell stories like you’ve never seen and heard them before.

We make 360° video productions that are perfected to be experienced in high end VR headsets (like Gear VR and Oculus) as well as Cardboard and YouTube/Facebook 360. Our background as filmmakers give us the advantage of knowing how to tell a story and really captivate your audience. Obviously te rules are different in VR but still there is much that we gain from having this experience.

In our ‘A Gorilla Travels’ episodes we discover the world and travel to some of the most beautiful places on earth, so stay tuned for upcoming episodes!

More 360° VR videos on our website: http://www.vr-gorilla.com

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