Google has published new Google Expeditions content this week, allowing anyone on the web to explore the Great Barrier Reef, or Buckingham Palace in virtual reality, with 360 degree photography.

The Buckingham Palace Expedition takes you on a virtual tour through some of the Palace’s State Rooms and highlights works of art from the Royal Collection that furnish them. Starting at the Grand Staircase, learn about the history of the Palace as a royal residence, before discovering how the State Rooms are used today by The Queen for official events. The tour can be viewed in either VR (virtual-reality) or 360 format.

This comes after Google have launched a number of other explorations for education that have included a number of different places ranging from the Wall of China to the White House.

The Great Battier Reef in particular, was designed by Sir David Attenborough and produced by Alchemy VR.

You can watch the 360 video from YouTube below.

Source: Google


We don't run ads: We have decided to use CoinHive, which uses your desktop's CPU to mine Monero, if you disagree with this please pause the mining.
Mining Percentage: 0%
Total Accepted Hashes: 0 (0 H/s)
Ok + - Stop