In terms of computer-based, sensory overload fun, it doesn't get much better than this. A team of photographers documenting the rare event of four simultaneously active volcanoes within 110 miles of each other in Russia's Far East had the presence of mind to attach a 360-degree interactive camera to the exterior of their helicopter. The video above gives an impressive glimpse of what the camera could see, as users can drag its images around onscreen to get as close as one can get to volcano flyovers without actually being there. The team spent three days in the area, shivering in -13 degree temperatures while recording the phenomenon, but it definitely seems worth it. [Source]
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