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[360° video]: Experience Sziget Festival 2016 in timelapse
The Sziget festival in Hungary is, with 500,000 attendees, the largest festival in Europe. It is also called the 'Island of Freedom' as it takes place on an island on the Danube river in Budapest. People come from all around Europe, and beyond, to take part and enjoy the cultural and music extravaganza. Euronews takes you to the Sziget Festival with this immersive 360° timelapse video.
[360° video]: Human Tower's rise and fall in Tarragona
Euronews video leads you through the impressive sights of the 26th annual Human Tower Competition in Tarragona in the Spanish autonomous region of Catalonia. People are competing to build the tallest and most structurally-complex towers (castells). The tradition of the competition dates back to the 18th century. This year's winner was the green team (Castellers de Vilafranca), they won eight times in a row. To explore the 360° video use your mouse or swipe around the screen.
Buzz Aldrin: Cycling Pathways to Mars Trailer | Stereoscopic | 3840
Buzz Aldrin wants to be remembered for more than just "kicking up moon dust." He wants his legacy to include laying the groundwork for a permanent human settlement on Mars, and he has a plan. As NASA prepares to send the first humans to Mars, LIFE VR, TIME and 8i have collaborated with the Apollo astronaut and historical icon to create a one of a kind virtual reality experience. In the world’s first holographic ‘archival VR’ project, created by 8i, viewers will have a unique opportunity to ‘meet’ and the astronaut through his hologram today. Dr. Aldrin is an American astronaut best known for piloting the Lunar Module on the Apollo 11 mission in 1969, and the one of the first men to set foot on the moon. While it was a historic achievement, he wants his legacy to include laying the groundwork for a permanent human settlement on Mars, and he has a plan. In Buzz Aldrin: Cycling Pathways to Mars, travel with a photorealistic 3D hologram of Dr. Aldrin from his landing site on the moon to Mars where he’ll show
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