Google celebrates Pride by showing marches in 360-degree video


Google has long been a proponent of Pride, a movement that celebrates and promotes the advent of alternative sexualities and lifestyles. This year, they’re doing something a little different to celebrate the occasion.

The company attended Pride marches in over 2 dozen countries around the globe and captured them in 360-degree video. If you weren’t able to attend a march or simply want to experience it from different countries or different angles then this is a great way to do that.


You can enjoy the video in your Cardboard headset, but if you don’t have one then you can just move your phone around in your hand for different angles. Those on PC can drag their mouse in any direction to move the camera around. The video is embedded above so take a look if you’re interested!

[via Google]

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