Holy smokes, this is one of the most mind-boggling examples of the next level technological awesomeness that is 360° filming! You remember the visual bliss that was Kriss Kyle’s Kaleidoscope and the optical trickery that went into producing one of the year’s stand-out bike films – now see it from every angle as this behind the scenes edit puts you in the driving seat. I think we’re only just beginning to see the potential uses for this crazy new technology. What’s the betting that we’re going to see a whole heap more 360 films coming out in the near future?

“Get a 360° behind the scenes look at the filming of Kriss Kyle’s stunning new BMX film, Kaleidoscope. The film saw Kriss perform a number of world firsts, in an ever changing environment that combined breath-taking riding with stunning filmmaking techniques. Use your mouse or swipe to look around the set to see the vast crew of painters, builders, designers, lighting guys and cameramen that made Kaleidoscope possible, and explore the set designed and built specifically for Kriss near his hometown in Scotland.”

HOW TO VIEW – The Making of Kriss Kyle’s Kaleidoscope in 360°

On a Mac/PC/Chromebook – You will need the latest version of the Google Chrome web browser to view the 360° video correctly. To move the camera, either click and drag using your mouse, use the directional controls on the top left of the video player, or use the W, A, S and D keys on your keyboard.

On an iOS or Android Device – You will need to download the latest version of the YouTube mobile app from the App Store or Google Play Store to view the 360° video. Once installed, open this video in the YouTube app. To move the camera, physically move your mobile device from left to right, or use your device’s touch screen to move the camera manually.

Fri 11th Mar, 2016 @ 6:30 pm

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