Catalog.Earth is a project to document the world's most perishable landscapes in 360° video and audio before it's too late. We are building a public platform where anyone can access 360° footage of these places for free under the Creative Commons license. Learn more...
UC Berkeley's researchers are mapping and measuring climate change in the canopy of Giant Sequoia National Park. We joined with 360° cameras to capture what we could.
We teamed up with NPR to create a 360° story on geologic change in Rocky Mountain National Park!
Check out our podcast with Matt Langan at Voices.Earth
"A tech-based preservation technique ensures future generations can see extinct landscapes." - Lara Piras on Catalog.Earth for PSFK: Ideas for Innovation
"Cataloguing The World's Disappearing Places In Stunning, 360-Degree Video" by Adele Peters for FastCompany's Co.Exist
BBC Video Journalist Matt Danizco discusses the value of 360° video and the potential of projects like Catalog.Earth
Why 360° video? How immersive storytelling can transport us and why we should design for wonder.
Preserving endangered landscapes with 360 video for the public domain. First Stop: Alaska