A picture may be worth a thousand words, but the 360 degree video footage shot by InGenius-VR is the next best thing to actually being there, giving a powerful foretaste of your travel destinations and a brilliant way to inspire your wanderlust. We’ll let the footage shot during Escape and Explore’s pioneering SUP expedition to the inviting coastline of the Quirimbas Archipelago in Mozambique, do the talking.
360 SUP EXPEDITION
Whet your appetite for our SUP adventures with this immersive 360 Degree ’teaser’ of our expedition. From landing at the gateway to the Quirimbas, Ibo Island and spending a night in the historic ’Swahili’ ambience of Ibo Island Lodge prior to setting sail on a traditional Dhow for the SUP adventure of a lifetime, a SUP safari over warm Indian Ocean waters, along pristine palm lined beaches and dolphins’ playgrounds.
HOW BEST TO VIEW 360 FOOTAGE
VR/360 can be viewed on laptops, tablets and smartphones (with or without extra headsets) – both YouTube and Facebook – support VR 360, simply move your mouse or your phone around to ‘look around’ the full 360 degrees of view. For best results, online 360 degree video should be viewed at the highest resolution via Chrome or Firefox browsers. Alternatively Facebook and YouTube are enabled for the viewing of 360 videos which can be shared and viewed there.
ABOUT INGENIUS VR
InGenius-VR is a specialised unit of The Network Productions International, a South African production company based in Cape Town which has been producing high quality commercial commercials and stills, for twenty years. InGenius-VR was formed in early 2015 and boasts a highly qualified team of programmers, creatives and film makers, who are able to supply all image requirements for their clients – stills, traditional 2D and 360 degree video. Find them here www.ingenius-vr.comor view their YouTube Channel
BEHIND THE LENS
There is something very special about being on a pioneering trip of any kind. The Escape and Explore SUP expedition was no exception. We were very lucky to have Duncan Robson and Keith Shirley and their team capturing the experience. Here is an album of some images of our trip, they shot behind the scenes.
Riding: Red Paddle. Wearing: Columbia. Kept Dry By: Overboard. Powered By: PowerTraveller
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