Plane Crash Sites Memorial in 360 Degree VR
If you lived in the states and old enough to remember that traffic morning on September 11th 2001, where terrorists hijacked the passenger planes and crashed into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and crashed the third plane into the field in Somerset County, Pennsylvania. This was one horrific morning were we lost 3,000 innocent lives.
ABC news, on the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 memorial, visited the crash sites and captured the different sites in 360-degree virtual reality video, and honoring those who died that day.
The National 9/11 Memorial at World Trade Center in New York
Located in Lower Manhattan, The North and South Towers of the old World Trade Center was crashed by American Airlines Flight 11 and United Airlines Flight 175, killing 2,753 people in total with victims ranging from 2 to 85 years old.
The National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial
In Washington DC, American Airline Flight 77 crashed into the western facade of the Pentagon building, killing 184 people.
National Memorial in Somerset County, Pennsylvania
In Somerset County, Pennsylvania, all crew members and passenger that were on the United Airline Flight 93 were killed after a fight on the plane that broke out between the terrorists and passengers/crew members that resulted the plane crashing into an open field in Somerset County. The heroic acts of the crew and passengers stopped the planes from reaching to the intended target.
How to Watch Facebook 360 Videos
If you are on a desktop or notebook, be sure to view the 360 video via the latest web browsers. Safari is not supported. If you are view the 360 video on mobile phone, be sure to use the latest version of the Facebook app for iOS or Android. If you have a Gear VR, simply insert the headset into the phone when prompted to do so.