Dominik Bosnjak Google and South China Morning Post partnered on a brand-new project dedicated to cataloging “the evolution of Hong Kong” in virtual truth, having shared some information of their cooperation previously this month. The effort was meant to include both historic archives and modern-day images and videos taken with 360-degree cams on the streets of Hong Kong, along with aerial footage recorded by drones. SCMP is the leading partner in the job and seeks to retell the history of the fourth most largely populated region in the world from its days under the British crown that started in the mid-19th century to the modern age of China’s autonomous territory.The outcome of the partnership is a 360-degree video series and an interactive schedule of Hong Kong’s history, both of which can be accessed listed below. SCMP enhanced its offerings for both mobile phones and tablets, in addition to standard computers, with all of the videos likewise being viewable and explorable even without a VR headset at the expenditure of additional immersion. The project itself dealt with lots of difficulties ranging from bad weather to modifications in the local regulative framework, having ultimately taken a number of months to be finished. Besides Google, drone and video camera maker Veldt360 and local Apple product training center Fatbart also added to the effort.