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360 CAMARAS FOR MAKING VIRTUAL REALITY

By on November 2, 2017
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Virtual reality really changes lives:

There has been a revolution in the technology over the past few years and one of the big game changers has been the development of 360 cameras. These cameras are opening a new age of virtual reality. Allowing people to experience virtually anything. It’s actually giving people a chance to be at the places where they have never been. Like I always wanted to try scuba diving but never got a chance(sadly!). But recently I experienced diving with virtual reality and that was a really awesome experience.

360 cameras and virtual reality:

360 cameras are really taking virtual reality to the next level. I have been writing about 360 cameras in the past few days like best 360 camera and “top 3 360 cameras”. Today, I was just seeing the sunset and it was beautiful. That orange flare on the sky( as it was on fire). That sun playing hide and seek with some thin clouds. Moving down slowly as it’s gonna kiss the earth. What I felt at that moment was it’s not fair to capture such amazing view in just a flat picture. There must be something that could capture all of it that blood red flare, that sky, and that beach shining by the rays of dying sun.

That was the moment my 360 camera came into action(luckily!). I took my phone( 360fly 4K HD) out and shoot that moment. That was the moment of my day. This camera seriously made my day. In “the past” I have written a review article on this camera as it is best for me. I have also talked about “top 3 cameras” so you can choose which is best for you.

Sunset:

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 Coming back to the topic that sunset was recorded in my memories as well as in my camera. So, whenever I want to enjoy it again just I have to open my phone’s gallery and there it is, right in front of me. That’s the power of virtual reality. I am getting addicted to it, it has become a part of my routine life.

 A Dream cames true:

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Deep sea diving has always been my hobby. I just always wanted to experience that water everywhere(OMG!). Even thought of being in deep sea caused chills to me. I have been its fan since forever. But never got any chance to experience it. You know it was like some of those desires buried deep in our heart. I was wondering probably someday I would get that chance(someday!). Fortunately, that lucky day came in my life(Not really lucky, but lucky enough). Virtual reality made it real for me.

Virtual reality made that dream true for me. I experienced diving by a spherical video made by a 360 camera. It was just wow!. All that blue water and sun rays filtering from the water surface and those colorful fishes. That sight was mesmerizing. It felt like real and suddenly from that dark water, a whale came out of nowhere. I was just shocked! Thank God I wasn’t there.

The point is we all have that wishes and desires which we have buried in our hearts. We should never get hopeless there is always a chance. As long as you are breathing there is a chance of getting what you want. Never ever get hopeless. Life is out there and it’s waiting for you. You just have to live it. Take your dreams and live them. And if you have a dream like going to some beautiful place or visiting something like experiencing gliding etc. Virtual reality can really help you out.  As it has helped me.

If you are already living your dream then capture all of it in a 360 camera. As it allows you to live those moments again.

If you have such an experience of virtual reality. I would love to hear it from you. Stay safe and enjoy your life. And Good luck with your dreams.

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Conquering the summit

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In a field where the tough and the strong emerge at the summit, I know a mountaineer proves that no mountain is higher than her dreams.

She has already climbed  five of the World’s Seven Summit—Mt. Everest in Asia, Mt. McKinley, Mt. Elbrus, Mt. Kosciuzsko and Mt. Kilimanjaro, which she climbed in October 2015. She is on her journey to finish the seven summits as she prepares for her climb for Mt. Vinson in Antarctica and Mt. Aconcagua in South America. But as she prepares for the highlight of her mountaineering career, the 37-year-old dreamer looks back at her hardships.

People call her May, a former geek who loves site for gadget reviews R-Tech24 and others. She said that traversing the world’s highest mountains means giving up the life she has in exchange for a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.”

 

May was also challenged as her parents were not supportive of her decision to join the team. But this did not stop her to pursue what she has always been wanted.  During this time, the team was already preparing for their Mt. Everest Summit—an expedition three years in the making. “Our preparation to conquer Mt. Everest took three years, and it was not an easy feat due to budget constraints. We needed more sponsors to finance our training,” she recalls. “Because of the team effort, we were able to meet our needs. Some members of the team like Sir Art had to shell out personal money to support the team. Some of us joined races to win to have funds for our training. That’s pure dedication.”

 

 

“That was the lowest point in my life. Every night, I would cry because of guilt for not being there for my family, for not being able to send financial assistance even when I was able,” she says. “Until I asked God for a sign, and He let me and a colleague win one of the races we joined. I was able to sent half a million-peso worth of money to my family and decided to stay with the team.”

 

“We were very lucky because our success rate was at one hundred percent. It is true that we were privileged to stand at the highest point on Earth. But the journey to the top was not easy—it entailed a lot of discipline and sacrifice. We invested in a lot of hard work and strong faith in God,” she says.

 

It is from this journey to the Mt. Everest when she wanted to climb all of the World’s Seven Summits. “It is exciting to start a journey because that way, we will be able to learn, discover and experience new things. We also get to meet new and amazing people, traverse new topographies, eat foods that are not familiar to us and be immersed in new customs and traditions. Indeed, climbing mountains and visiting new places are a wonderful experience,” she

 

 

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