Viewing 3D 360 Experiences

  • As standard you can view the YouTube clip in 2D whilst using the mouse to look around the 360 4k video. You will not see the 3D effect, but you do not need a VR headset or red / cyan analyph glasses – just watch the video on your laptop, tablet or desktop.
  • If you want to see the 3D effect and immerse yourself in the 3D then you can view on YouTube using low cost (approx £2 / $3) red / cyan glasses such as these available from Amazon.co.uk
  • To fully emerse yourself in the scene, use your phone with Google Goggles, Samsung Gear VR, HTC or Occulus headsets and download the content or set YouTube to VR mode.
  • See the 3D 360 video experience page for more details.

Credits

Thanks to Vuze Camera in Jerusalem, Israel. Osterhout Design Group in San Francisco, USA. Phil Jones at Blue Planet Aquarium, Ellesmere Port, England. Stephen Lewis at Wepre Park, Connahs Quay, Wales. Sophia Piccou at Blow by Suave in Chester, England. Sophie and Tommy at Chester Cathedral Falconry, Chester, England. Matt Cooil at Back Alley Music in Chester, England. Maria for the Tai Chi demo, Chester, England