The End of our #LasFallasVR Mission

Blimey, I'm tired!

Katie and I are creating free 360 VR videos and we just ended a massive three week mission to capture the carnage of Carnaval in Cadiz and Las Fallas in Valencia. These two Spanish festivals are wild and not the safest place for a 360 camera!

We haven't released the videos from Carnaval yet, but we shared Las Fallas more or less as it happened. This festival is more captivating than Rio Carnaval in my opinion (I've been to both twice and love both!)

Using #LasFallasVR, we created 16 experiences over three weeks for anyone with a headset (headphones recommended as well) to immerse themselves in a REAL LIFE series of events that ended this week.

This is where I believe the strength of 360 video lies. I truly believe it offers viewers the opportunity to experience something new, or to get a peek into their past. Sometimes it's a nostalgic experience (like a wedding)… Other times it's an experience you never thought you'd have.

Las Fallas can now be added to the library of experiences on offer. You can feel like you are part of the festival, as our videos immerse you in the festival.

Get a quick taste of the festival, by starting with the experience from this week's closing ceremony. It involves burning 700 structures around the city in a series of escalating fires.

You can dance to the music and soak up the atmosphere of the opening ceremony!

We have a comedic documentary from last year (in English, Spanish, and Valenciano) that really immerses you in the festival! You can experience this three-week celebration in just 24 minutes.

You can observe our favourite structures (Fallas) from 2019 while listening to the constant firecrackers that are the soundtrack to the festival.

You can feel the pounding of the Mascleta, which is an INCREDIBLY LOUD firecracker display that occurs every day for 19 days and blows your ears off!

You can trip to Pink Floyd or Michael Jackson while watching a psychedelic light show.

I'm linking to our YouTube channel but our videos are also available on Facebook 360, VeeR, SamsungVR, Littlstar and Vimeo. We do this so as many people as possible can enjoy on our experiences!

Please subscribe to our YouTube channel, as we have very few followers on this platform and it's the only one that allows monetisation (man gotta eat and I ain't on a fruit ninja diet!)

As I said, it's been a lot of work producing his content for the VR community and we're grateful for all the love (especially this!)

From Friday, we're back to our travel VRlog with a series that culminates in a trip to another wild fire festival in western Spain.

Please let us know what you think about our 360 content (yes, it's mono…) We're desperate for feedback so we can improve and give people what they want.

TLDR: Experience the mad burning of intricate artwork at Las Fallas festival in 360 VR. Start here and please subscribe!


It's been a while since we last blogged, but this is because we've been busy making 360 VR content. We have been travelling around Spain, and releasing a new VR experience EVERY FRIDAY. It takes a lot of work to keep this up but we're having a great time and getting lots of support, which we hope will keep growing. We've got over 3000 subscribers on SamsungVR now!

This post is all about Las Fallas - a festival which is dominating the city of Valencia this month. If you have to learn a bit about the history of the festival, you can read our previous blog post here OR you can watch some of the 360 VR content on any of our channels (VeeR, Facebook, YouTube, SamsungVR, Littlstar)

The festival is now well underway and the city is building up to the main five days, which start this Friday (15th March).

What is Las Fallas about?

Las Fallas is all about explosions, parties, and celebrating Valencian culture. We discuss a bit about the history and its recently awarded status as a UNESCO World Heritage Event in this 360 piece.

We bloody love the craziness and carnival atmosphere that consumes the minds and lives of everyone in the city…

Which is why we created #LasFallasVR to share the festival virtually with anyone interested, wherever they are in the world.


Feel the pounding and outrageous noise of the Mascleta - explosions that occur every day at 2pm for nearly three weeks. They have even started doing a midnight Mascleta this year!

Immerse yourself in the awesome fireworks from unusually close vantage points, without the risk of being injured.

Be dazzled by psychedelic light shows set to music by Pink Floyd and Michael Jackson!

Explore the monumental structures called Fallas in our documentary, Las Fallas 360 (English, Spanish, Valenciano) or wait for the release of our new experience on 22nd March, which will capture the spectacle of 2019's creations.

We're creating these experiences to experiment in VR and show the potential that 360 filming of live events has.

So strap on a headset and enjoy Las Fallas with us!

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