360 Video can transport users into content and places that would otherwise be inaccessible.


360 Video, also known as Immersive Videos or Spherical Videos, are video recordings where a view in every direction is recorded at the same time, filmed using an omnidirectional camera or a collection of cameras. This video is not virtual reality, but immersive imagery. As such, 360-degree video is less immersive than virtual reality and typically keeps the viewer in a fixed point surrounded by roughly 360 degrees of video. This type of video has some constraints in its level of interactivity.

Typical uses:

  • Guided tours of facilities or environments too costly or unsafe for everyone to experience. By adding points of interest information and image overlays it creates a more educational approach.
  • New concepts visualization.
  • Before and after views.

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