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EXPLORE

With Beyond, you can capture more than just a video or a image. Experience the immersive environment that is captured by the camera. The Explore page displays 360° footage of different places around the world. Enjoy the stunning view, and immerse yourself into the environment!

Samsung 837

Pyeongchang

welcome

The Strip

Installation

Daly City

Chengdu

Neveshir

Istanbul

Eastern Taurus

Adiyaman

Samsung 837

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Virtual Reality Tunnel

40°44'26.8"N 74°00'26.0"W

So you can really experience things, instead of just seeing them on Instagram. Step 1: put on the Gear VR headset. Step 2: go inside your favorite video game, or watch the game from the best seat in the house. It’s awesome.

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Main Stage

40°44'26.8"N 74°00'26.0"W

It’s the center of everything. The brilliant screen that spans three stories—projecting screenings, live streams and product demos on the mainstage.

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The Gallery

40°44'26.8"N 74°00'26.0"W

Where tech meets art. Like a mini museum, except for the fact that you can get up-close and personal

Pyeongchang

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Pyeongchang County

37°34'44"N 128°19'54.0"E

Pyeongchang is a county in Gangwon province, South Korea. Pyeongchang hosted the 2013 Special Olympics World Winter Games. The 2018 Winter Olympic Games will be held in Pyeongchang. It will be the third Winter Games in Asia.

welcome

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Las Vegas Sign

36° 4' 57'' N 115° 10' 22.6524'' W

The Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign is a Las Vegas landmark funded in May 1959 and erected soon after by Western Neon.

The Strip

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Night On The Strip

36°06'45.8"N 115°10'23.0"W

The entire length of the Las Vegas Strip is pedestrian-friendly, with footbridges at all the main intersections. Both sides of the Strip are lined with hotels and casinos, shops, restaurants, attractions.

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Fountains of Bellagio

36°06'45.1"N 115°10'27.3"W

The dancing waters of the Fountains of Bellagio have become one of Las Vegas’ most iconic attractions. Jets of water shoot hundreds of feet into the air, sway gracefully and race around in patterns on the surface of Lake Bellagio.

Installation

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Shark Reef

36°05'31.1"N 115°10'29.4"W

Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay is designed to transport visitors to an undersea ocean of sights, sounds and encounters. Featuring aquatic animals from the world’s tropical waters, Shark Reef Aquarium takes visitors on a journey through an ancient temple slowly being claimed by the sea.

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CES 2016

36°07'55.9"N 115°09'06.0"W

CES, also known as the Consumer Electronics Show, is an internationally renowned electronics and technology trade show, attracting major companies and industry professionals worldwide. The annual show is held each January at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Daly City

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Traditional hotel

25°50’49” N 100°06’58” E

Dali Ancient Town is about 13km away from Xiaguan in Dali City and is one of Dali’s Three Ancients-ancient city, ancient pagoda and ancient steles.

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Old Town

25°50’49” N 100°06’58” E

Dali Ancient Town is about 13km away from Xiaguan in Dali City and is one of Dali’s Three Ancients-ancient city, ancient pagoda and ancient steles.

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Wuhua Tower

25°50’49” N 100°06’58” E

The architecture was used for inviting VIPs in the royal or imperial groups in the old days; it is of five floors tall and available to hold ten thousand people.

Chengdu

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Dujangyan Center

30°39’36” N 104°06’04” E

Dujiangyan Base is a brand new giant panda breeding base in Chengdu. Giant panda, Chinese national treasure, is one of the rarest animal species in the world.

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Wolong Center

31°00’29” N 103°06’38” E

Wolong National Nature Reserve houses more than 150 highly endangered giant pandas. The reserve is also a home to many other endangered species including: red panda, golden monkeys, white-lipped deer and many precious plants.

Neveshir

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Cappadocia

41°07’10” N 29°04’31” E

Every day, hundreds of hot air balloons arise together with the sun. It offers a spectacular view over volcanic rock formations.

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Göreme

38°38’35” N 34°49’44” E

The landscape, which is also known as “Fairy Chimneys” has been formed by volcanic eruptions. Christianity was the prevailing religion in the region. This is evident from many rock-cut churches that still exist today.

Istanbul

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Bosphorus

41°07’10” N 29°04’31” E

Bosphorus is a strait that separates Europe and Asia. It runs 31 km long and 750m wide.

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Sultanahmet Park

41°00’30” N 28°58’47” E

At the center of Istanbul’s old city, located between the Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque, is the Sultanahmet Park.

Eastern Taurus

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Mount Nemrut

37°58’54” N 38°44’28” E

7 Giant statues, representing carious Greek, Armenian and Iranian gods, are overlooking the Western Terrace of King Antiochus tomb (69 B.C).

Adiyaman

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New Castle, Khata

37°56’01” N 38°44’26” E

This fortress is built on top of a 300-350m rock. Archeologists have round it to be the medieval fortress for the kings of Commagene.

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Arsemia

37°47’15” N 38°36’58” E

Arsemia was the summer capital of the Commagene kingdom. It was built in the honor of King Mithridates I. The Sculpture depicts a handshake meeting between King Mithridates and the legendary Hercules, son of Zeus. (50 B.C.)