Amazing Dubstep 360° Degree Youtube Dance Video

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Matt Steffanina 360 Video Showcasing Dubstep Dance Choreography

Matt Steffanina is a professional choreographer and dance instructor. He has worked alongside with superstars such as Snoop Dogg, DJ Tiesto, Jay Leno, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, and Busta Rhymes. He is also the choreographer for EMI artist Fawni.

 

 

For the past decade, he has taught dances around the world, and often found many dancers do not have access to studios or classes. He now has a series of “how to” dance tutorials on his website, and on Youtube with his hip hop dance tutorials. If you want to learn how to glide, wave, breakdance, or how to dance like a super star, be sure to check out his video tutorials.

 

\In this dubstep dance video, Matt and his crew dance in 360 degree video innovated 360 dance music video with an unique story telling technique. I must have watched this video 5 times before able to see everyone in his crew in multiple angles.

 

Dancers in this video are Matt Steffanina, Dana Alexa, Jake Modish, TJ Lewis, Deja Carter, Sammie Zuniga, Jose Monition, Andy Torres, Kenneth San Jose, Kea Peahu, Kupihea, Jerusalem, Brynn Sams, Bailey Sok, Sierra Neudeck, Nadia Gonzalez, Anneston Pisayavong, Payton Manley, Rino Hayashi, Kebahb Glanville, Varuna Araki, Minayo Ozaki.

 

Simple Guide on How To Watch and Interact W/ YouTube 360 Degree Video

From computer

YouTube supports playback of 360 videos from the latest version of Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera browsers. Safari is not supported. 

 

From mobile and tablets

To watch and interact with YouTube 360 videos, be sure to you have updated your device with the latest version of the app. For viewing YouTube videos, you will want to copy the video title name below:

 

Amazing 360° DUBSTEP Dance Video!! @MattSteffanina Choreograph

 

Then open the YouTube app, and paste into the search box.

For an immersive experience, you can watch 360 degree videos with Cardboard via the YouTube app. Once the 360 video is launched, simply click the Cardboard icon on the lower right corner and insert phone into the Cardboard. 

 

Author: VR Reporter

I am a hi-tech enthusiast, VR evangelist, and a Co-founder & Chief Director at Virtual Reality Reporter!

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