AND... I meant to mention - use a stereoscopic app on your phone for a 3D virtual reality experience!
A viewer ("Google cardboard" - see Amazon) It's better to spend a bit more for features like plastic (vs cardboard), headband, phone holder/cover; some have independently adjustable lenses to focus... Our media specialist has a lot of good info and recommendations, if anyone is interested! They range from $10 - $40...
VR player - there are many, both paid and free - for iOS and Android)
3D movie - you can find many "ready to go" on youtube (Here's an example:
Check out augmented reality videos, too!!
You can also use Google Earth, Google Maps (apps, not websites) - tap to turn into stereoscopic!
Our library media specialist is creating a VR space. He presented at Dynamic Landscapes and gave permission to share his slides here:
Library Media Specialist
Milton Junior/Senior High School
omcdermott @ mtsd-vt.org
Milton Town School District
Milton VT 05468
On Tue, 2 Jun 2015 15:57:43 -0400, Bjorn Behrendt <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>It took me a second to realize what I was looking at, but once I did, WOW.
> Make sure to click the up/down/left/right arrows at the top right while
>you are watching. GoPro and Google teamed up to create a camera that can
>*Bjorn Behrendt M.Ed ~ Never Stop Learning*
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