360° Video, The best footage by AirPano. Part I
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We have gathered the best AirPano 360°-videos of the last years. Some of them are unique: they are the first in history. We have shot more than 75 videos with 360° view and over 50 of them are presented at our web-site. They are the most beautiful videos of extraordinary and important places.
The first clip of these series is about the spectacular relief of the Bryce Canyon and one of the most beautiful waterfalls on the Earth – Victoria Falls, the endless fields of Antarctica and the deserts of UAE, the uninhabited islands of the Raja Ampat archipelago and the heavily populated cities of New York, Dubai and Moscow, the eruption of a volcano and the Polar lights, the scenic grounds of Cinque Terre and the Kamchatka bears. All of these wonderful landscapes can be watched from above, zoomed-in and manually turned to see the details.AirPano was created in 2006. The technology of shooting spherical panoramas from the air was developed as well. Taking the consideration the geography of the taken photos, the amount of aerial photopanoramas, art processing and technical level of the content AirPano is the world’s biggest source of high quality 360°-videos taken from beards view.
The viewer can go up into the skies and watch the scenic view as if he was sitting in the cockpit of a helicopter or a balloon basket.
We invite you to travel with us on an entertaining journey.
7 October 2016
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