Red Bull reveal interactive 360-degree video of their F1 car in action

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Red Bull and Norwegian company Making View have produced a remarkable new interactive onboard video of an F1 car in action.

The video above features an interactive camera which can be moved in real-time while it is playing.

It shows Sebastien Buemi lapping Norway’s Rudskogen Motorsenter in their show car in August.

Note that due to the large amount of data in the video it may take a while to load depending on the speed of your internet connection.

Thanks to Making View for granting permission for F1 Fanatic to reproduce their video.

Pictures: Sebastien Buemi at Rudskogen Motorsenter

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45 comments on Red Bull reveal interactive 360-degree video of their F1 car in action

  1. bigdon128 (@bigdon128) said on 31st October 2012, 22:11

    I spent far too long using this! Simply brilliant.

    Also, good to see Buemi actually getting to do things in his role as RBR test driver

  2. Mallesh Magdum (@malleshmagdum) said on 1st November 2012, 6:33

    I didnt knw the they require a special type of camera! I thought in Indycar, the camera itself was rotated

  3. Baldry00 (@baldry00) said on 1st November 2012, 9:17

    I found it quite amusing, when he is doing a doughnut, try and focus on one spot by turning the camera around, si the car looks like it is spinning under you, its hilarious!

  4. pSynrg (@psynrg) said on 1st November 2012, 12:05

    It’s nice but the field of view sucks!

  5. AndrewTanner (@andrewtanner) said on 1st November 2012, 13:18

    Pretty impressive that! Everything looks seemlessly stitched together, such a bizarre concept.

  6. Hi!
    Glad you all liked this production! We in the Making View team sure like it too! Stay tuned for more 360° action!

    Best
    CEO/Making View

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