National Geographic presented the first 3D 360 video in space, from aboard the International Space Station. Here’s the amazing video:
To view the video in 3D, you’ll need to use Google Cardboard or a similar VR headset.
The video was captured by European Space Agency astronaut Paolo Nespoli with the Vuze VR Camera, which was the first and still the most affordable and compact 3D 360 camera for consumers, and which was recently updated to add exposure control and other features.
According to Vuze manufacturer Humaneyes, National Geographic and NASA selected the Vuze after “a rigorous vetting process to ensure that it passed fire hazard, battery and numerous other safety tests.” Vuze is available on Amazon for $799.
What do you think of the video? Let me know in the comments!