Escape Busy LA Traffic While Enjoy Breathtaking Views In 360 Degree VR
Los Angeles has some of the busiest freeways in the US, and you are lucky this time because you don’t have to get stuck in traffic for hours before getting to the Runyon Canyon, to see the Hollywood sign, and to take another hour to reach Manhattan Beach Pier during rush hour just to see the sunset surfs.
In this 360 video, iExplore takes you on a journey to explore some of the most beautiful scenic locations in Los Angeles in less than 2 minutes.
Watch the sunrise from the Runyon Canyon, a 130 acres park just minutes away from Hollywoods Blvd. Regarded as an Urban Wilderness”, the park has been managed by the City of LA Department of Parks and Recreation. If you lived in the Southern California, you would know how dry it can get out there. The park is a rare example with it’s drought resistance trees.
Then teleport yourself to Venice Beach Skatepark, possibly the best skatepark in the world considering the location that the skatepark is situated. Skate all day long right on one of the world’s most famous beaches. The skatepark has something just about for anyone with old school style snake run, a range of street features, and a world class pool. Then take a nice walk along the Venice Beach Boardwalk.
Then get teleported again to enjoy the view from a hike up to the Hollywood Sign, and wrap up the day to enjoy sunset at the Santa Monica and watch the surfers catch their last waves before darkness.
How To Watch YouTube 360 Videos
Viewing from web browser
YouTube current supports viewing 360 videos from the latest version of web browsers such as Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Opera browsers (Safari is not supported).
From mobile devices
To watch YouTube 360 videos from mobile device, make sure to updated the device to the latest version of the YouTube app. Copy the video title name below, open the YouTube app, and paste the title name into search box.
Los Angeles Travel Video: A Day in LA (360 Video)
For an immersive experience, watch 360 videos with Cardboard via the YouTube app. Once the video is launched, click the Cardboard icon on the lower right corner and insert phone into the Cardboard.