How might we use 360 immersive video to bring attention to climate change?

Catalog.Earth is an initiative that aims to capture the world's most endangered landscapes in high quality, immersive 360 video, and put it under the Creative Commons License for anyone to use for free.

 

Inspiration

Catalog.Earth is inspired by another project that I have worked on called Winterfall VR. Team mate David Al Ibrahim and I started a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds so that we may be able to head to the Columbia Glacier, capture it in 360 video, and put it up under the creative commons license for anyone to use. We are also currently developing guidelines for capturing 360 video so that anyone can submit to Catalog.Earth in the future from anywhere in the world.

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PRESS COVERAGE

Catalog.Earth has received a lot of press coverage in the last few weeks. This includes mentions in FastCompanypsfkVoices.EarthTechDirt, and 21st Century Radio.

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David and I testing the Reco Theta 360 camera

David and I testing the Reco Theta 360 camera