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Courtesy of Leif Buckley

How to view the 360 VR image.

On Mobile: If you already have a Google Cardboard viewer, first make sure your phone’s orientation isn’t locked, then touch the “Cardboard” icon just to the left of the “Full Screen” icon. You will receive a prompt to turn your phone horizontally and place it inside the viewer. The VR image will be split into two versions, one for each eye, and it will continue to track motion using your phone’s gyroscope.

On Desktop: You can move the camera around by clicking the image and dragging with your mouse, or by using the arrow keys on your keyboard. You can also view it in Full Screen by clicking the “Full Screen” icon in the bottom right corner.

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