Toronto 360 VR

Experience Toronto in full 360 virtual reality (VR) by using either Google Cardboard or the Oculus Rift. Highlights of the video are Toronto’s waterfront, Queens Quay, the Redpath Waterfront festival, Toronto’s Music Garden and Tommy Thompson park.

My first official 360 VR video in which I explain how you can experience VR yourself at minimum cost, this is episode 1 of 4. You can order your own cardboard viewer for your mobile phone by clicking this link: as low as $18.99

I firmly believe that every 360 VR video should be at least 5 minutes to be able to fully immerse yourself in the experience.

In this video I take you to the Toronto waterfront area where you can enjoy the Redpath Waterfront Festival including giant tall ships like the viking ship from Norway and a Spanish Galleon.

I also stopped by another hidden gem in Toronto; Tommy Thompson park which is hidden on the east-end of the city and has some of the best view of the skyline.

Make sure to watch the next 3 episodes which I shot in 360 VR in the Rocky Mountains of Albert, Canada.

Camera: Ricoh Theta S with tripod
Editing: Adobe Premiere CC