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You HAVE to see this! This 3D 360 video is the best demo / showcase for VR headsets!

best 3D 360 video
best 3D 360 video

This is the best 3D 360 video I’ve seen in a while and makes the strongest argument for VR headsets and 3D 360 videos!  And if you have a VR headset, and are looking for a 360 video to show your family and friends, this is the best 360 video demo I can think of, whether you have Google Cardboard, Samsung Gear VR, Google Daydream, or even desktop VR headsets such as the Playstation VR, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, or Windows Mixed Reality! 😀  You simply must see this in a VR headset!!!

It’s about a couple of friends who get into a car that’s been modified to travel video games.  The video is in 8K 3D 360 format (seems to be 30fps) with spatial audio (the sound will change depending on which direction you’re facing) and shows some of the most immersive effects I’ve seen in a 3D 360 video.  Most of it is CG, and it shows how well CG works for 360 videos.  Even if you watch it in 4K it looks crisp (because it’s in CG).

Here is the previous video from this series – also an excellent video 😀

If you liked the video and would love to have your own personal photos and videos in VR, check out the Kandao Qoocam, Lenovo Mirage and Vuze XR.  They’re in VR180 / 3D 180 so they can capture your photos and videos immersively, without the complexity of 3D 360 videos.

Meanwhile, what do you think of the video?  Let me know in the comments!

 

 

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    • hmm i will try but i thought it was just top/bottom 3D 360 video? if so, you can use oculus browser, and go to youtube and look for the video. then below the virtual screen, select 360 top bottom

      • Thanks, I gave it another try but I don’t see a 360 top bottom option in the browser in full screen and the video plays sideways too with some static sections, it’s a bit confusing !

      • Thanks I gave it another try but can’t see 360 top bottom option in the Oculus browser ? In 2D the video plays sideways with 4 sections, including 2 static ones so it’s a bit confusing !