Superblog

Woohoo! Superswell VR is now a Trusted Google Street View Company!

We've got some pretty cool stuffs to share - Superswell VR has just been approved and classified as a Trusted Google Street View company. What this means is that if you're a business, destination or organization looking for exposure, as Trusted providers by Google, we are able to help you gain visibility quickly and easily by

Read More

Flirting With Mother Nature at Hotel El Ganzo - All in The Name of Art. A Mexico 360 Video Virtual Reality Experience (or Two)

“Welcome to Hotel El Ganzo!! 

We regret to inform you that we are expecting a tropical storm called Norma that is forecasted to become a category one hurricane during the night of Saturday, September 16th.

Hotel El Ganzo does not have a hurricane shelter...”

So this was the email we received from the client the night before our flights. What was supposed to be virtual reality video project entitled “A Perfect Day at El Ganzo" was quickly…

Read More

Backpacking Olympic National Park's High Divide Loop in 360 Virtual Reality Video

Superswell VR co-founder Wasim Muklashy and a couple of his buddies recently backpacked Olympic National Park's High Divide Trail, an 18-mile loop that takes you through old-growth forests, sub-alpine meadows and valleys filled with alpine lake after lake and rivers and streams, rocky ridge-lines affording you a peek at Mount Olympus, and so much more.

Well, to save you a few mosquito bites and blisters…

Read More

Dive Doug Aitken's 'Underwater Pavilions' in 360 Degrees!

The ocean is the most important ecosystem on our planet, and Doug Aitken isn't about to let us forget that. The internationally renowned contemporary artist has created "Underwater Pavilions," a traveling exhibit that you can only see by diving or snorkeling. The exhibit consists of three swim-in, swim-out sculptures that utilize a mix of rugged and reflective materials. Part of each pavilion is mirrored, surrounding divers with a kaleidoscopic seascape.

Produced by Parley for the Oceans and presented in partnership with The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, the work acts as a lens through which to view, experience and interact with the ocean terrain. The artist hopes…

Read More