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Kevsho Mica Suarez ATRAPADOS EN HALLOWEEN Video en 3D VR180

Kevsho y Mica Suárez, que harán de estos 4 videos un especial seriado de Halloween, para el cual esta tecnología de realidad virtual permitirá que sus seguidores vivan una experiencia recorriendo lugares insólitos y escalofriantes.

4 episodios de contenido inmersivo, con efecto en estereoscópico 3D, de realidad virtual como Google Cardboard, Daydream, Gear VR, PlayStation VR, y HTC Vive.
«Atrapados en Halloween» es la primera mini serie de realidad virtual para Latinoamérica.

ATRAPADOS EN HALLOWEEN (Episodio. 1) kevsho ft. Mica Suarez VR180 video

En este episodio, Kevsho convence a Mica Suarez de celebrar Halloween de una manera muy especial, pero no se esperan lo que está por ocurrir.

Este es un video VR180, haz click en tu cardboard o utiliza los anteojos VR para sumergirte totalmente en este mundo. Si no tienes anteojos no hay problema! Mueve tu celular y podrás tener una mágica vista de 180 grados.

ATRAPADOS EN HALLOWEEN (Episodio. 2) Mica Suarez ft. Kevsho VR180

En este episodio, Mica Suarez y Kevsho quedan atrapados en el juego de Jack, donde conocerán su lado más oscuro.

Utiliza los lentes VR para una experiencia más completa.

ATRAPADOS EN HALLOWEEN (Episodio. 3) kevsho ft. Mica Suarez VR180 video

En este episodio, Kevsho y Mica deben descubrir en quién pueden confiar, pero eso no será tan sencillo como parece.

Este es un video VR180, haz click en tu cardboard o utiliza los anteojos VR para sumergirte totalmente en este mundo. Si no tienes anteojos no hay problema! Mueve tu celular y podrás tener una mágica vista de 180 grados.

ATRAPADOS EN HALLOWEEN! (Episodio4) – Mica Suarez ft. Kevsho VR180 video

En este episodio, Kevsho y Mica deberán descubrir la forma de salir de este tenebroso lugar donde Jack los encerró.

Este es un video VR180, haz click en tu cardboard o utiliza los anteojos VR para sumergirte totalmente en este mundo. Si no tienes anteojos no hay problema! Mueve tu celular y podrás tener una mágica vista de 180 grados.

Elton John – Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour: The Launch VR180

Farewell Yellow Brick Road is an ongoing tour by British musician Elton John that began in Allentown, Pennsylvania on 8 September 2018. It is intended to be John’s final tour and will consist of more than 300 concerts worldwide. By the end of the first leg of the tour on 18 March 2019, it had grossed over $125 million and won a Billboard Music Award in the category Top Rock Tour. The tour’s name and its poster reference John’s 1973 album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. According to Pollstar, the tour has grossed $358.6 million across 179 shows
From Wikipedia

After more than half a century on the road and an unparalleled career that has redefined the cultural landscape and seen him claim his place as a true global icon, Elton has announced via an exclusive VR180 Live Stream on YouTube, details of his final tour called ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road’.

A Daytime Visit to Caesars Palace and Bellagio in VR180 3D. Best with a VR headset

Check out the Forum shops at Caesars and then visit the conservatory gardens of Bellagio. Filmed with the Lenovo Mirage camera and google daydream
Watch with the VR Headset for the best experience

Stonehenge 3D Vr180 Virtual Tour – Monumento prehistórico


One of England’s most iconic monuments, Stonehenge has certainly stood the test of time. Visiting Stonehenge is an unforgettable experience. Follow in the footsteps of Neolithic and Bronze Age ancestors as you explore the iconic stone circle and its surrounding prehistoric monuments at this World Heritage Site. Discover more about the story of the circle and its people in our visitor centre exhibition. Explore the replica Neolithic houses and learn how the builders of Stonehenge might have lived. Enjoy a tasty meal in the café or bring a picnic to eat in the stunning Wiltshire landscape. There’s plenty for the whole family to enjoy, including a changing special exhibition programme and activities for children during the school holidays.

Where: Salisbury SP4 7DE, United Kingdom

Getting there: It takes between 2 and 4 hours to travel from London to Stonehenge and you can access the World Heritage site by train, bus or car.

Entry Information: Open 364 days a year (closed Christmas Day), prices vary depending on time of visit.

Here’s a quick VR180 virtual tour of the Stonehendge Stone Circle in Salisbury, UK. It’s a World Heritage site and a must see

Watch with the VR Headset for the best experience.

Stonehenge es un monumento megalítico tipo crómlech, además de otros elementos como hoyos, fosos, montículos, etc., construido entre el final del Neolítico y principios de la Edad del Bronce, situado cerca de Amesbury, en el condado de Wiltshire, Inglaterra, a unos trece kilómetros al norte de Salisbury.

Uno de los monumentos ingleses más emblemáticos, no cabe duda de que Stonehenge ha resistido el paso del tiempo. Una reliquia de la Edad de Piedra, el método de construcción sigue siendo un misterio, pero abundan leyendas de todo tipo

VR Travel Experience 3D video VR180 | Rzeszów, Poland

Hollywood Boulevard 3D VR180 Travel Video

Wide Ride down Hollywood Boulevard from La Brea to Gower. A 360 video formatted for stereo VR180. Shot December 8, 2020

St Peter’s Basilica 3D Tour, VR180 4K – Vatican City, Rome, Italy – Basilica San Pietro – Interior

The Papal Basilica of Saint Peter in the Vatican (Italian: Basilica Papale di San Pietro in Vaticano), or simply Saint Peter’s Basilica (Latin: Basilica Sancti Petri), is a church built in the Renaissance style located in Vatican City, the papal enclave that is within the city of Rome.

La basílica papal de San Pedro, conocida comúnmente como basílica de San Pedro, es un templo católico situado en la Ciudad del Vaticano. La basílica cuenta con el mayor espacio interior de una iglesia cristiana en el mundo, ​ presenta 193 m de longitud, 44,5 m de altura, y abarca una superficie de 2,3 hectáreas.

Farpoint Killing the spider boss like a boss PSVR VR180 3D gameplay

The video is PSVR gameplay. It can be watched in 3D with the PSVR using the Playstation Youtube app in VR mode. The video can also be viewed by any VR headset that can view VR180 videos such as Google Cardboard, Google Daydream, Gear VR, Oculus Rift, Vive Pro, Lenovo Mirage, etc.
For the best viewing experiencing be sure to go to settings and choose the highest resolution possible in the Playstation Youtube app. 4K will be available for the PS4 Pro and 1440 will be available for the base model PS4.

MOTION SICKNESS: If you are prone to motion sickness, try this tip. Look straight forward and do not move your neck/head. Only «look» around by moving your eyes. If you still get sick, only look straight forward. Generally, motion sickness can be overcome by continued use. The moment you start to feel sick, stop viewing, but keep coming back to the VR and most likely you can get over getting sick.

Inside a German Submarine -Touring U-11 U-Boat VR 3D 180 Experience

Come with me Inside a German Submarine and experience it in real 3-D. Enjoy this VR Experience with an Oculus Quest, Go or another VR Headset.
We do a walkthrough of the German U-Boat U-11 in Fehmarn, Germany. Built 1966-68 by Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft (HDW), Kiel, Germany.
Now it’s located in Fehmarn, Germany as part of the U-Boat Museum there.
The Type 205 was a class of diesel-electric German hunter-killer U-boat submarines. They were single-hull vessels optimized for the use in the shallow Baltic Sea. The Type 205 is a direct evolution of the Type 201 class with lengthened hull, new machinery and sensors. The biggest difference though is that ST-52 steel is used for the pressure hull since the Type 201’s non-magnetic steel proved to be problematic. Type 206, the follow-on class, finally succeeded with non-magnetic steel hulls.

Some facts about the Submarine:
Submarine Class / U-Boot-Klasse 205 (Type 205 class Submarine German Navy)
Displacement: 420 tonnes surfaced
Length: 43,50 meters (142,72 feet)
Crew: 22
Speed: 17 knots (31 km/h) submerged, 10 knots (19 km/h) surfaced
4000 nautical miles (7400 km) at 4 knots (7,4 km/h) surfaced
228 NM (422 km) at 4 knots (7,4 km/h) submerged
8 x 21-inches / 533 mm torpedo tubes for heavy weight torpedoes or mines

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