Now you can upload your 360º videos to 360Cities.
360° videos uploaded to 360Cities and accepted for publication are automatically available for licensing by our customers and those of our distribution partners. Demand for 360° video is growing and adding video to your 360Cities portfolio is a good way to promote your work and increase your chances of earning extra royalties.
You can upload videos of your choice, but we recommend the following types: Places, Spaces, Landmarks, Places of Interest, Landscapes (Rural and Urban), The Unseen and The Inaccessible.
Specific examples include: Woodland, forests, deserts, beaches, fields, beautiful landscapes, snowy locations, ocean environments, urban street scenes, underwater, mountain views, bustling cities at night, lakes, rivers, iconic views, weather based content (raining/snowing/high winds), travel (planes/trains/automobiles), coral reefs, volcanic environments, landscape gardens, moorland, sports pitches (football/rugby/tennis/basketball/American football), sand dunes…
Tip: Creating static videos of things around you in motion is easier and less likely to create motion sickness in a VR environment than creating videos while moving.
We promote 360° videos in our 360° Video Gallery and also through our distribution partners. Check that your videos meet the following criteria to ensure that they receive as much attention as possible:
Please report issues and suggestions for improvement to the 360Cities Forum under the category: "360° video issues and questions".
Each 360° video you publish on 360cities.net is manually reviewed to ensure it meets our minimum technical and quality standards for public display. We will strive to provide feedback on your videos. If your video is not accepted and you have not been contacted, please contact us on the 360Cities Forum under the category: "360º video issues and questions".
The most immersive way to view the hundreds of thousands of 360° videos on 360cities.net is in Virtual Reality (VR). You can enjoy the VR experience either by using a dedicated head mounted display (headset) like the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive or by using mobile devices with a VR headset like Google Cardboard or Samsung Gear VR, also with Samsung Internet for Gear VR.
It is a great feature that allows viewers to navigate from one 360º video to another without having to take off their VR headset.
Go to the 360° Video Gallery and click on:
You'll be able to navigate around the gallery from your desktop or your mobile device.
Rotate your head and body to choose the video you want to see; or change to a different gallery page to find more videos. With your VR device on, stare at the video chosen and it'll be opened for you.