The project features eleven sequences in total, each filmed from a scenic stationary point in Yosemite, in full 360-degree VR. Scan around with your VR headset, or scroll around with your mouse, and you can look up, down and all around.
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It's definitely worth a 10-minute break. Hey, there's the president's helicopter, Marine One, touching down in Yosemite's Ahwahnee Meadow! Lookee here, it's the president hobnobbing with kids near Lower Yosemite Falls! Holy moly, we're in a canoe!
Obama is his usual presidential self in the voiceover, extolling the virtues of the park service, digging into a little history, and making some salient points about climate change. "We came here to celebrate the National Park Service centennial and to be part of our storied American tradition of conservation and preservation," he says.
Can't argue with that. Here's the standard, old-school, 2-D demo video of the project from Oculus.