Share this post

Share on pinterest
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

360 Video Spotlight: Mount Everest Virtual Reality from LIFE VR

It’s warming up here in the northeast. But I felt a chill as I watched these fantastic 360 videos from LIFE VR. With this collection of four video clips you can introduce students to a Mount Everest virtual reality experience. Students will follow the journey of climbers from preparation at home to making it up the mountain.

Mount Everest Virtual Reality from LIFE VR

This Mount Everest virtual reality experience from LIFE VR lets users move from one chapter to the next. It starts with the initial journey, through the Khumbu Icefall to the summit.

You can watch each video of the special Mount Everest virtual reality series straight from LIFE VR’s website or on the iOS or Android app. If you view the content on the mobile apps you’ll want to invest in one of these super inexpensive Google Cardboard which is available on Amazon for under $10 and ships for free if you have Amazon Prime.

It’s exciting to see how virtual reality is now a storytelling tool. This past year I’ve shared lots of favorite resources for teachers using Google Cardboard in their classroom. Each LIFE VR video is perfect for viewing on a web browser too. You can also watch these videos with a headset. So if your students are using Chromebooks or you have an interactive whiteboard in your classroom, you can still share these clips with your class.

Virtual Reality videos

How could you use the Mount Everest virtual reality videos in your classroom? If you’re diving into a book like Into Thin Air in literature circles or Top of the World as read aloud, these videos can help set the stage for student reading explorations. If you’re focused on topics like biomes, environmental stewardship, or economics, there are also connections to Mount Everest.

This is just the latest installment in my 360 Video Thursday series. You can also check out the video I filmed today using my 360 camera. My video was filmed in a very different spot than Mount Everest but it gives you a feel for how you can fit lots of landmarks in one spot if you find the right place to stand!

Don’t forget to grab my special free eBook with tips for getting started with virtual reality!

NEWSLETTER
Stay up-to-date on all things EdTech.

EdTech tips and resources for educators, straight from Monica’s desk every Monday. Don’t miss a thing. 

Share this post:

Share on pinterest
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Blog Author and EdTech Consultant Dr. Monica Burns

Monica Burns

Dr. Monica Burns is a former classroom teacher, Author, Speaker, and Curriculum & EdTech Consultant. Visit her site ClassTechTips.com for more ideas on how to become a tech-savvy teacher.

Share this post:
Share on pinterest
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Keep Reading
Free Planning Pages
Free gift: Weekly Planner Pages for Teachers and Educators

Start every week with a plan and stay organized this school year!

Free summer Checklist

Sign up for EdTech Tips Newsletter from Monica Burns

5 Things to Do Now to Make Tech Easier in the New School Year

Free eBook
Free Gift: Spring Cleaning - 10 Quick Tips to Organize Your Google Drive

Spring Cleaning with an EdTech twist!