Epic 360 Degree Interactive Virtual Video of the Earth Filmed from Space: Commercial Flight to the Stratosphere Using a 360 Degree Video Gear: SPACECAM 360° Video

Alessandro Dimas, general manager of Dimas Technolgies Inc. with its head office in Vienna, Austria, announces a mind-blowing flight to the stratosphere by using a stratospheric balloon and 6 Cameras with the aim to take an interactive 360 video of the Earth. These 360 movies can be controlled and moved via the mouse or the keyboard and enable the user to actively take part in the action.

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The Earth looks so small from space.

Vienna, Austria (PRWEB) April 17, 2014

This stunning event has taken part in Germany, where Dimas together with a 20-year old German launched the balloon carrying the 360 degree video gear.

Alessandro Dimas offers 360 degree videos for different shows, events, attractions as well as for numerous kinds of businesses such as hotels. Due to his experimental personality he was trying to find something VERY special. He was using the 360 degree video camera when riding a rollercoaster, driving a jet ski, and jumping down from a height of 117 meters before having the idea of flying the camera outer space.

To get an idea of what impressive views you can get from there just visit the http://www.360-degree-video.com/.

What makes 360 Degree Space Videos so special is, that the user gets the impression of how it feels looking down to earth from a distance of around 25.000 meters. It creates a highly realistic flying sensation from a distance that you can usually only imagine.

Alessandro Dimas produce 360 videos using a special device that is holding 6 Cameras exactly in the correct angle from each other to get a perfectly complete video of the surroundings.

It is carried by a special balloon that is flying up into the stratosphere. From a height of around 20.000 to 30.000 meters it is taking 360 Degree Videos. After around 1,5 hours the balloon bursts and is landed by a special parachute safely in an area which can be already calculated in advance. The entire flight is controlled from the earth which makes it possible to locate the exact landing area of the balloon and the equipment by GPS Systems.

Link to spacecam360: http://www.360-degree-video.com/pages/360deg-video/spacecam-360-video.php

360 Degree Video / Movie Tours are now available everywhere even in space, so get a look up to the stars, down to earth or to the sides of the infinite black. For more information, visit http://www.360-degree-video.com. For media inquiries contact Alessandro Dimas at office(at)360-grad-video(dot)com.

YouTube - short review: http://youtu.be/D1_26q0FDUw .

Animation here: http://youtu.be/lTTwPBQ6KQU.


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