In Daily Dose 360, we look at the best 360° videos of the day from across the internet. We will now only highlight the top 5 videos of the day in Daily/Mega Daily Dose 360 post on the blog. In today’s Mega Daily Dose, which hopefully won’t be around much longer, we take a look at the top videos over the last few days. We resort to Mega Daily Dose 360s when the amount of content is not enough to justify a Daily Dose 360 from the day. Our Twitter and YouTube Playlist will have far more videos, and the other videos will still be added to The 360 Video Directory. Keep in mind we wipe clean the YouTube playlist every Sunday night, to make room for next week’s videos. Be sure to follow us on Twitter@dailydose360 for updates throughout the day of the best 360 videos right as they hit the internet!
You will need a PC/Phone running Google Chrome Browser, or you can open these videos on the iOS & Android YouTube app. Use WASD or Mouse on PC to interact. On phones, just move your phone around as if you are looking around inside the video. If you have a Google Cardboard or Gear VR (thanks to this recent news), you can view with the headsets which enhance the experience dramatically.
Please click the picture or title to be brought to each video.
Sorry Foals fans, but I had no idea who Foals was until watching this video. Watching them perform “Mountain At My Gates” turned me completely into a fan, as the music was poppin and the visual effects were very well done, all building up to a great effect towards the end. Foal’s new video is the new king of 360 music videos, but things are starting to move fast so who knows what will come next.
If you were a kid in 1989, you will have fond memories of a side-scrolling beat-’em-up on the Super Nintendo called Final Fight. Emc Monkeys outdid themselves with this reenactment of a fighting scene in the game.
It seems like America and South Korea are the two countries consistently coming out with 360 degree music videos. While South Korea has it’s own diverse selection of music, the pop category is certainly showing a strong early presence with 360 videos. That is until dance/hip-hop group Koyote entered the scene.
Edho Zell has a real winner on his hands with this extremely addictive introduction video to how VR works to the tune of a group circle dance. If this doesn’t make you smile at some point, you might just be a robot. Let’s Boogie should the go to source for explaining to people how 360 degree video works in an entertaining and fun way.
If there’s anything you will learn about Japan from this video, it’s that there is more to the country than pop culture portays. Smoky bars filled with incredible artists like this are not all too uncommon. Sit back, relax, and enjoy Mikio Trio.