Jeep Wrangler 360 Camera Offers Ultimate Off-roading Immersion
YouTuber climbs through the woods and water in a full surrounding view of the trail for 2018 Sheriff’s Jeep Fest in Jasper, Georgia.
The video above comes to us from the Ad & Kate YouTube channel and it features 38 minutes of off-road footage captured from the hood of a Jeep Wrangler. All of the footage was filmed with a GoPro Fusion, which captures the action in 360-degrees, allowing us to “look around” at any point in the video. As a result, this off-road video kind of provides the feeling of being there, as in the same way that we would take in the views if we were actually there, this high-tech video allows us to choose where we look.
As mentioned above, this lengthy video is filmed with a GoPro Fusion, which records in a 360-degree view. There are two ways to take advantage of this technology, varying based on whether you are on a PC or a mobile device. If you are watching the video on your home computer, click on the screen and hold the button down. When you move the cursor around, the camera view will change, allowing you to see everything around the black Jeep Wrangler.
If you are on a mobile device such as a cell phone or a tablet, simply rotating the phone from side to side as though you were actually looking around will allow you to view all of the Jeep Wrangler off-roading fun.
Off-Roading in Jasper, Georgia
The footage above was captured at the 2018 Sheriff’s Jeep Fest in Jasper, Georgia. When the video begins, the off-roading fun has already started, with our host vehicle following a few other Wranglers through the twisty, wooden trail. During the course of the 38-minute video, the group of Jeeps comes upon a few different water crossings, some of which are lined with other Jeepers who have stopped to watch the others come through.
Around the 31-minute mark, the footage jumps to a paved road as the Wrangler pulls into what appears to be the main parking area for the Jeep Fest. As the driver searches for a parking spot, we get a look at the incredible scope of vehicles on hand for this southern Jeep festival.
There are no words and the only sound is what has been recorded by the camera, so this is the kind of video that you can use to kill a half hour of your work day. After all, what better way to get through the day than dreaming off off-roading in your Jeep while watching someone else off-road in their Wrangler?