London, UK (PRWEB) March 9, 2006
Bolivia 360° Virtual Visit gives potential travellers a great new way to prepare, enjoy and remember their next trip. It’s simply the next best thing to actually being there.
With over 120 travel highlights brought to life with breathtaking 360° photography, a simple interface and many unique features like directional sound, interactive travel maps, text and music, Bolivia 360° represents a perfect visual complement to a travel guide. The selection of great things to do in what's commonly known as the "Tibet of the Americas" include:
- Exploring intoxicating La Paz and beautiful Lake Titicaca.
- Taking a trip down the Worlds Most Dangerous Road.
- Crossing the vast and surreal Salar de Uyuni salt desert.
- Experiencing the volcanic deserts in the sky and colorful lagunas of the Southwest.
- Visiting the wildlife rich pampas and dense tropical rainforests of the Amazon.
It’s like viewing all the best places to visit in Bolivia from inside a 360° sphere. Simply use the mouse to look up, down and all around even while zooming in and out. All 360° panoramas can be viewed fullscreen, many have directional sound and some are even moving completely in 360° (Motion VR).
The result is a highly immersive experience that goes way beyond what a travel DVD or video can offer in terms of interactivity.
The Bolivia 360° Virtual Visit DVD-Rom is now available with free worldwide shipping at http://www.worldinmotionvr.com and select online retailers for $29.95.
Screen shots and a working demo can be downloaded on the website at: http://www.worldinmotionvr.com/dvd/dvd_home.html
Bolivia 360° is the first in the innovative World in Motion VR collection of travel DVD-Rom’s specially designed to be viewed on a computer (PC/Mac). Several other Virtual Visit titles like Australia 360°, New Zealand 360° and Peru 360° will also be available shortly.
About World in Motion VR
Bolivia 360° is published by World in Motion VR and parent company Spin2see, an expert provider of VR photography and interactive Quicktime services. The World in Motion VR collection of 360° footage was shot during an extensive trip in 2005 to some of the most amazing places on Earth. Many high quality samples of VR photography from around the world including a new music video that uses the 360° footage can be viewed on the World in Motion VR website at http://www.worldinmotionvr.com.