360 degree photo spheres and videos are the next wave in education and entertainment. For most of my 360 degree photo spheres and videos, you just view them on your computer screen. My 360 degree videos are uploaded to share.360.tv or youtube. As you are watching the videos, try panning up/down/left/right. See what it looks like to be at a wine tasting.
360 Photo Spheres and Videos
Above is a 360-degree video of the vineyard of Harper’s Trail in Kamloops, BC. An emerging wine producing region in BC, at the northerly limits of where grapes (vitis vinifera) can grow. Video taken in July 2017. Ed Collett, owner of Harper’s Trail, and wine maker, Michael Bartier, talk about the vineyard and wine growing region.
Above is a 360-degree photo sphere of the Valpolicella Wine & Prosecco Superiore Tasting. Click the bottom right box in the image to maximize the window. June 2017.
Above is a 360-degree video of the Valpolicella Wine & Prosecco Superiore Tasting. June 2017.
Above a 360-degree video of my Australia Up Close Tasting. June 2017.
Google Cardboard VR Images by MyWinePal
Google provides tools for creating and viewing 360 images (sometimes called VR images if shown in stereo), using Android and iOS phones, with their Google Cardboard app. Taking up this tool, I will post Google Cardboard VR images of various wine, food, and travel events I attend. In order to view the VR images in 3D you will need to purchase a VR headset (which can be quite inexpensive) where you can insert your Android or Google smart phone and download the free Google Cardboard app.
Check out this link to Google Cardboard and compatible headsets on Amazon.ca. The web links below connect you to the VR images.
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