The Singapore 360° VR Video showcases the evolution of Singapore from the past to the present day, with a focus on SG50. The video takes viewers on a journey through various landmarks such as the Esplanade, Old Buangkok Village, Toa Payoh Playground, and HDB blocks to showcase Singapore’s transformation. The video is made to be watched in a 360-degree format, giving viewers an immersive experience.
The brief for the project was to create a 360-degree VR video showcasing Singapore’s journey from the past to the present. The video was to be filmed during the national day itself in 2015 and was intended to be viewed through a virtual reality headset. The objective of the video was to provide a nostalgic trip down memory lane and highlight Singapore’s progress.
We used cutting-edge VR camera technology to record footage of Singapore’s landmarks for the Singapore 360° VR Video. To demonstrate how Singapore has changed over time, we carefully chose the locations. After that, our team edited the video to produce a fluid 360-degree viewing experience. The background music was selected with care to enhance the experience and arouse nostalgic feelings. We made sure the video was created to be viewed at its best on VR headsets like Odyssey VR, giving viewers an immersive experience.