Please read before watching.

 

See bottom of page for full guide to using VR.

It's very cheap if you want it to be and fairly easy.

The videos below are YouTube videos.

For the full experience with these videos, you should use a headset,

which you can insert your phone into or have a specialized VR headset,

but you can still have a great experience on a tablet, phone or desktop.

First install the YouTube app on your tablet or mobile.

Then you can wave your tablet or phone around the scene from the YouTube app.

On your tablet make sure to tap the link above the video rather than the play button.

On desktop, you can scroll around the screen.

 

Click Here for the link for YouTube phone or tablet link (install YouTube app first):

https://youtu.be/3_iYNafr5cc

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Contact me if you are an artist wanting a

360VR video of a live gig or animation,

or 360 conversion of an existing 2D video.

 

Click Here for the link for YouTube phone or tablet link (install YouTube app first):

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUK-p30Hu_o

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Click Here for the link for YouTube phone or tablet link (install YouTube app first):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRby5t036BU

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Click Here for the link for YouTube phone or tablet link (install YouTube app first):

https://youtu.be/qUKeEYWazQ8

Tom Rosenthal - Watermelon
StevePaulSounds360VR Animation
Xavier - Forming
Produced and Filmed by StevePaulSounds

 

Click Here for the link for YouTube phone or tablet link (install YouTube app first):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GWPOXoy4xhY

 
Juha @Vegstock 2018
StevePaulSounds360VR Live

 

Click Here for the link for YouTube phone or tablet link (install YouTube app first):

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPiiL2YERZ0

 

Click Here for the link for YouTube phone or tablet link (install YouTube app first):

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubhl_XzWfhI

Tap the image below to watch on YouTube in 360VR. Headset recommended but you can rotate the screen around you

Steve Paul & Oli K - How Wild It Was
360 video starring dogs with 360 cameras on their backs

 

Click Here for the link for YouTube phone or tablet link (install YouTube app first):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLcxLWyKaCU

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This is a YouTube video.

You'll need the YouTube app to watch in VR iOS or Android.  See bottom of page for instructions. 

Copy the link for VR phone or tablet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubhl_XzWfhI

You can watch on desktop here by dragging the screen with your mouse.

MORE COMING  SOON...

including

The Incompletes - Let's Move On

Ink In Water 360s

360 Videos of vegan, environmental and political protests

Highlights of Beatherder 2018

More Live gigs

Uncle Mow & Steve Paul - I Might 360

VR GUIDE

For the full experience with these videos, you should use a headset 

but you can still have a great experience on a tablet, phone or desktop.

You can wave your tablet or phone around the scene from the YouTube app,

or scroll around the video on YouTube desktop.

 

How much should I pay for a VR headset?

 

You can get a budget Google Cardboard virtual reality headset for as little as £5 / $5

 

For a more comfortable headset, of which there are many to choose from, which you can insert your smartphone into, which provide a surprisingly rich experience, expect to spend around £20 / $20 or more.

 

Google and Samsung's mobile headsets are more advanced, rounded and comfortable

and also cost less than $100 / £100.

Independent standalone headsets with a full VR experience include The Oculus Go, costs £200 / $200.

Oculus Quest costs £400/ $400. PlayStation VR costs $240 / £240.

 

For a more powerful virtual reality set up connected to a PC (Macs don't support VR properly),

the  Oculus Rift S costs $400 / £400, Windows Mixed Reality headsets can be cheaper,

HTC Vive and Vive Pro are more expensive.

Many other headsets are available and more are coming out all the time.

Instructions for watching 360 VR videos in Cardboard or

through your smartphone headset via YouTube and Vimeo apps. 

Note: For mobile devices, 360 videos can only be viewed on the YouTube or Vimeo app. They cannot be viewed on mobile browsers, including web views for applications and sites outside of YouTube or Vimeo.

Google Cardboard lets you experience virtual reality in a simple and fun way. With Cardboard/smartphone headset and the YouTube or Vimeo mobile app, you can even watch 360 degree videos for an immersive experience.

  1. Get Google Cardboard or a headset for a phone and assemble it

  2. Open the YouTube or Vimeo app

  3. Tap the cardboard icon . You'll notice that the screen splits into two smaller screens

  4. Insert your phone into Cardboard

  5. Look around to view the video in 360 degrees 

     

To use Cardboard with iOS devices, you'll need to have iOS 9.