Now the world's opera productions can be viewed in 360 °
Google published the world's opera productions in the form of 360 °. The so-called 3D video provides an online viewer a feeling of real presence at the concert - sitting in the front row, you can not only watch the performance, but also looking at the crowd around.
For example, the site
is the ability to virtually visit the Philadelphia Orchestra performance at Carnegie Hall, to hear the opera "Lohengrin" by Richard Wagner in the Theatro Municipal, and still look staging of "Henry V» William Shakespeare staged by Gregory Doran.
This project was part of a major initiative of the Google Cultural Institute, which was created by Google in 2011 to make the world's cultural heritage accessible to all and keep it in digital format for future generations.