A Journey Through North Korea: ABC News’s Bob Woodruff Takes You Inside The Hermit Kingdom In VR
ABC News VR is ABC News’ new venture into 360 immersive journalism, that aims to take virtual storytelling to the next level with virtual reality technologies.
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ABC News VR Presents: A Virtual Reality Tour Inside North Korea
INSIDE NORTH KOREA VR takes you inside North Korea, one of the last remaining communist countries on earth. ABC News’ Bob Woodruff and the team takes audiences on an unique and rare journey inside North Korea’s 70th anniversary celebration and its insanely uniformed and gigantic Worker’s Party military parade to salute to its national leader Kim Jong-un. “Inside North Korea VR Experience” is a collaboration effort between ABC News and Jaunt VR.
North Korea VR In Youtube 360 Video
If you don’t have a VR headset, you can also check the North Korea VR Experience in this Youtube 360 video by Jaunt VR and ABC News:
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