We end the week on Life In 360° by heading back underground. You may recall last week we travelled 200 feet below the city of Seattle to check in on the feat of engineering might that was the construction f a major tunnel beneath the city.
Today though we’re not in America; in fact we’re somewhere we’ve yet to go on our 360 degree adventures. We’re off to Vietnam to join RYOT and Google as part of their news series The Turnaround. In Saving Son Doong, the companies went there to visit a location in Quang Binh Province known as Son Doong. A recently discovered cave system and the largest cave in the world, containing a pristine and untouched ecosystem.
Untouched until now: because despite surviving being in one of the most bombed areas in the world, a cable car company are set to potentially destroy this previously untouched natural resource for the sake of commercialism.
RYOT and Google investigate in this two parter, which you can find out more about here: http://www.ryot.org/stories/saving-son-doong.
VRFocus will be back on Monday at the usual time with more adventures in 360 degrees.