[360 vr] verevere lunch time
3 лет назад
This video shows the expectations of Cascadia Elementary School's lunch rooms. Senior project of Corbin Puhan. Song is "Eat It" by "Weird Al" Yankovic. No copyright intended.
10 меc назад
Her A series! It consists of A,B type video The entire version is published in VRworld.(search) Besides ios, vive, psvr, gear vr, daydream~ Download file: http://www.bigfile.co.kr/vr/ bj 씽잉 youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3RR... afreecatv: http://afreecatv.com/ahrum0912
7 меc назад
Today on Lunchtime with my Gear VR I am taking a look at Playback. I have been going through all of the apps that I missed while my phone was broken and I thought this one was pretty cool! Playback is an episodic VR series that has a Black Mirror vibe to it. Overall it features some of the better 360 video quality I have seen in a while coupled with overlaid AR style graphics. The episodes run around 10 minutes and I was just starting to get sucked into the story when the first part ended and just like a street dealer always says, "The first one is free but the rest are gonna cost you!" So joking aside, there is an in app purchase component to it with the future episodes costing $1.99 each. After reading the reviews I am a bit concerned about this because it seems as if there are a lot of people saying that after paying for the remaining episodes they seem to have trouble downloading them. I hope this isn't the case for me because I really want to see how this all comes together! If you want to check this one out for yourself you can grab the first episode for free here: https://www.oculus.com/experiences/gear-vr/1268857249885719/ ====================================================== PC #1 Specs: I7 7700K GTX 1070 16GB 3200mhz Ripjaws MSI Z270 Gaming M7 PC#2 Specs: i54670K GTX 980ti 16gb Ripjaws X MSI Z87 G45 Mobo ====================================================== Running a channel can get expensive at times so If you liked my content, please consider donating to the channel if for nothing else but to buy me a beer and say thanks █-) You can make a donation to the channel by going here: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/vrgamerdude You can also support me on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/vrgamerdude ====================================================== Follow Me on these sites: Website: http://www.vrspies.com/ VRSpies Forum: http://forum.vrspies.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/vrgamerdude Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thevrgamerdude/ Reddit: https://en-us.reddit.com/user/vrgamerdude/ Linkdin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hopperdon/ ====================================================== For business inquiries please feel free to contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
2 лет назад
One of Tokyo's most famous food alleys is at Shinjuku's West gate where loads of yakitori and motsunabe restaurants date back to the late 1940s. It's a street food paradise where you can see and smell the grilling and frying -- hungry, you will be! In this episode, John and Shingo visit OMOIDE YOKOCHO (思い出横丁) or "Memory Lane". Have a look around the alley and shops in 360 VR! Food featured: ★ Yakitori / やきとり ★ Motsunabe / もつ鍋 ★ Ramen / ラーメン ★ Yakisoba / 焼きそば (fried noodles in sauce) ★ Yukhoe (Korean based dish of seasoned raw beef with egg) ※ Best seen in 4K (2160p) / change the settings and watch with WIFI on for super clear views. Omoide Yokocho is most famous for motsunabe (stewed giblets) and yakitori. Why? THE HISTORY: Following WWII, flour was a government regulated good and ramen / noodles weren't available to street stands. Instead, restaurant owners turned to non-regulated ingredients like pig and cow enthralls which were readily available and cheap from American servicemen occupying the city. From this, motsunabe (stewed giblets) and yakitori (from enthralls) were born. It's much better tasting than it sounds! About 20 shops in Omoide Yokocho still serve motsunabe like they did back in the mid 1940s. The alley retains its old Showa period charm despite all the modern new buildings surrounding it. It's like entering a world trapped in time and definitely worth a stop on anyone's trip to Tokyo. This place used to be called "Piss Alley" but who'd want to eat at a place with piss in the name? It was changed to "Memory Lane" which is simply more appetizing although I do make a trip to the toilets to see if they are modern washlet style or totally Medieval holes int he ground. Google Map to Omoide Yokocho: https://goo.gl/maps/fF1vDY4FZm62 URL: Shinjuku Omoide Yokocho (English) http://www.shinjuku-omoide.com/english/ Shinjuku Historical Museum (Japanese) http://www.regasu-shinjuku.or.jp/rekihaku/ (Photos and Background) Map to the museum: https://goo.gl/maps/V3dgRqZdWfB2 CAMERA USED: Samsung Gear 360 Edited with Premiere Pro CC 2017 This show has been created and produced by John Daub ジョン・ドーブ. He's been living and working in Japan for over 18 years and regularly reports on TV for Japan's International Channel.
2 лет назад
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