360 Degrees of Time
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360 Degrees of Time

- By Keith Lehman (PA) 03/10/17

The ancient Babylonians decided that there are 360 degrees in a circle and that time itself could be expressed within that circle. We have come full circle (pun intended) with technology. Creating 360-degree content is a key in developing a closer connection to clients.

CNN has a virtual reality page where viewers can see events, including this year’s running of the bulls in Spain—unimaginable in the not too distant past. The Google Cultural Institute allows visitors around the world to visit many world museums and UNESCO World Heritage sites. All you need is a computer or device and an Internet connection.

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The Seiko Museum, Tokyo, Japan

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National Watch & Clock Museum, Columbia, PA

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Stonehenge, Wiltshire, England

Pearl: An Animated Short by Patrick Osborne

Oscar nominated virtual reality short, Pearl, directed by Patrick Osborne and sponsored by Google Spotlight. It is described as “A sweet coming-of-age story that follows a daughter, her musician father and the family car over a span of years, following the duo as the daughter grows from a tiny tot to a young woman ready to take her father’s legacy to the next level.” Although fictional, this story is fitting as takes us on a 360 degree journey through time and if your father plays the guitar, it will definitely resonate with you.

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