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Life In 360°: A 360 Degree First Movement

It’s Wednesday and it’s been a very busy week already. With the prospect of more news to come later today when we find out just what Samsung is up to with their latest Samsung Unpacked event. For today’s 360 degree video to start your day I’ve decided to indulge us all in a little bit of culture. Something for you to listen to if you’ve had a stressful commute into work. That sort of thing.

I do also try, when picking a video for the day, to not just pick 360 degree experiences that have just come out but from all around the last few years. This one was first released online back at the beginning of December 2015 and takes us to a rehearsal session that was run by The Berlin Philharmonic orchestra back on October 10th of the same year. The orchestra is being conducted by world renowned conductor Sir Simon Rattle as they take on the first movement of Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 – aka “The Choral”.

VRFocus will be back with another video on Friday, though be sure to come back throughout throughout the day for all the latest in virtual reality (VR) in augmented reality (AR) news.