These days the world is open to us to explore without needing to leave home.Let's look at the offerings for travel video and VR, Virtual Reality.
Google EarthGoogle Earth VR lets you explore the world from totally new perspectives in virtual reality. Stroll the streets of Tokyo, soar over the Grand Canyon, or walk around the Eiffel Tower.
The RidgeSo here I am, sat on the sofa at home, precisely 6 hours since dropping our latest Danny Mac film on to YouTube.
Learn before you go.In this installment of the Ceramic Arts Daily Presents video series, Michael Kline shares his contemporary take on the pottery traditions of the southeastern United States. Using locally dug clay and tools and techniques used by early North Carolina potters, Michael demonstrates a traditional large water jug.
The BluExperience the wonder and majesty of the ocean through a series of habitats and come face to face with some of the most awe inspiring species on the planet.
Video Travel.Virtual reality (VR) is rapidly transforming a range of industries, from gaming to filmmaking to avant-garde art. But travel, though an obvious angle, is still a largely untapped market. Some innovators however are beginning to experiment with how we plan, book, and relieve our wanderlust.