Hotel Barge Waternimf: Klipper (Hold Port Cabin)
Waternimf, is a unique hotel experience on the river Great Ouse, centred in the historical City of Ely, UK
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Hotel Barge Waternimf 360 Video Tour
Built in 1906, Waternimf started life at the Scheepswerf Van Draaisma in Franeker, carrying cargos around the Dutch waterways. Now 110 years later, and following a full renovation, she is back to work providing luxury accommodation in the historic city of Ely, Cambridgeshire.
Cambridge in 360° Video (2017)
Explore the River Cam and the University of Cambridge in this 360° Tour of Cambridge, UK. For 360° video inquiries contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. EverView are the UK's premiere 360˚ Video marketing specialists. Providing omnidirectional video tours for the property, commercial and event industries. An EverView is a window to our vibrant world, full of possibility. Using the latest in 360˚ Video technology, EverView puts you in another environment through your smartphone, tablet, desktop computer or Virtual Reality headset, giving you a perspective that was once impossible. Be it a dream home, sports stadium or live event, EverView puts your viewer right in the middle of that experience and allows them to control their view by moving a device around in physical space. EverView uses the latest in omnidirectional video technology to simultaneously record Ultra HD 4K Video in 360 degrees.
Wonderspaces 360 - An extraordinary art experience
The creators of Wonderspaces liken their production to an old school traveling circus, but their version includes setting up beautiful art and tearing it down for the next city. They are a startup and San Diego is the first stop on their tour. The art is immersive and interactive, featuring installations from SXSW, Burning Man, Sundance and Coachella. It's extremely visual and customers are encouraged to be a part of it. An example of that is a wall people can stick anonymous and personal notes into, to be read by future customers passing through. Another installation features 19 miles worth of strings hung up vertically alongside each other. Next, the exhibit will go to Austin, Phoenix and then Denver
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