Due to the Covid-19 pandemic in the spring of 2020, Stavanger Art Museum in Norway had to close the doors on their new exhibition about clouds in art. The problem was solved by one of the partners in the 360ViSi project, Screen Story – by using 360° video.
According to the team at Screen Story, this was a great opportunity to apply interactive 360° video to a real user case. With the help of 360° technology, they were able to make the exhibition into a digital version – open to anyone, for free.
Explore the exhibition
The exhibition is still available online, so feel free to visit it. Navigate around and have a look at this example of one of the many ways to use 360° video.
In contrast to a normal video, the interactive 360° video allows you to choose what you want to look at and where you want to go, just as you would if you attended the exhibition physically.
Behind the scenes
Have a look at how Screen Story made the interactive 360° video for Stavanger Art Museum.