We’ve had a number of aeroplane experiences here on Li360 down the months. We’ve been inside passenger plane cockpits, storm planes, jet fighters, had them fly over us and more. Now how about instead of us being under them we be in top of them?
National Geographic have been continuing their series of 360 degree videos on their YouTube channel and one of the most recent videos is a short film on Wingwalking. The process of standing on top of a plane, usually a biplane, and via attachment with a harness waving and performing tricks visible to a crowd below.
In Part 1, wingwalker Carol Pilon discusses the thrill of performing
Whilst in Part 2, Pilon actually takes to the air.
VRFocus will be back with another example of 360 degree video on Friday.