Watch a spectacular reenactment of the raid on Pearl Harbor that pays tribute to the fallen soldiers on both sides in 360 degrees.
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Aboard the Bourbon Argos on its final rescue mission of the year with members of Doctors Without Borders, aiding African migrants in the Mediterranean Sea.

By: Ismail Ferdous, Veda Shastri, and Kaitlyn Mullin

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59 Rescues in 2016, Witness the Last | The Daily 360 | The New York Times
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The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery is guarded every hour of every day by elite Tomb sentinels. For the first time in VR, witness the sacred Changing of the Guard Ceremony that honors the sacrifices that have been made by service members on behalf of our country.

Elite sentinels guard The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier 24/7, 365 days a year. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery represents all service members who lost their lives without their remains being identified. It has been guarded every hour of every day since 1937 by elite Tomb Guard sentinels.

Becoming a Tomb Guard requires constant preparation and dedication. During the arduous 9-month training process candidates must memorize the grave locations of around 300 veterans. Sentinels spend hundreds of hours preparing their uniforms and studying information about the tomb, and the soldiers buried in the cemetery. Witness this living tribute in a new way with VRtually There in the video.

Despite how calm they may appear; sentinels are incredibly focused and vigilant when guarding the tomb. They must strictly monitor every movement they make during their shift. Each sequence of their performance revolves around the number 21 - symbolic of the highest military honors. Their patrol includes taking 21 steps down the mat, turning and facing the tomb for 21 seconds, and then retracing their steps, and repeating. This moving ceremony is an everlasting salute to all the unknown soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.

Immerse yourself in this incredible ritual in the unprecedented 360 video above.

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On the 7th July 2005 Jacqui Putnam stepped on to a Circle Line train in London on her way to work. At 08:50am Mohammad Sidique Khan would detonate a bomb in the carriage next to hers. This is the story of her day, the immediate aftermath of the explosion and her road to recovery.

Witness 360: 7/7 has been selected to play at worldwide festivals including Cannes Marche Du Film, Docville, Docaviv and is currently available to view on Jaunt.
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Directed by Darren Emerson

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On the 7th July 2005 Jacqui Putnam stepped on to a Circle Line train in London on her way to work; a journey she had taken many times before. At 08:50am Mohammad Sidique Khan would detonate a bomb in the carriage next to hers. This is the story of her day, the immediate aftermath of the explosion and her road to recovery.

Attend the rally that drew hundreds of thousands to the nation's capital in protest of President Trump.

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#AsteroidDay | Friday, June 30
Witness the extraordinary journey of the meteor that caused the largest asteroid impact in recorded history, in an immersive VR experience that will leave you awestruck from beginning to end. Ride with the asteroid as it barrels towards Earth, become part of its devastating impact as it breaches the planet’s atmosphere, and watch it explode over Siberia. With breath-taking visuals this VR experience portrays the power of the universe like never before by recreating the Tunguska event just in time for Asteroid Day on Friday, June 30.

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Witness the extraordinary journey of the meteor that caused the largest asteroid impact in recorded history, in an immersive VR experience that will leave you awestruck from beginning to end. Ride with the asteroid as it barrels towards Earth, become part of its devastating impact as it breaches the planet’s atmosphere, and watch it explode over Siberia.

With breath-taking visuals this VR experience portrays the power of the universe like never before by recreating the Tunguska event just in time for Asteroid Day on Friday, June 30. 

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