SINGAPORE - If you were unable to get a ticket to this year's National Day Parade, and missed out on catching the aerial displays, you can now relive key moments of the show, such as the flypast by the RSAF Black Knights and the combined helicopter formation flypast, in ultra high definition 4K glory.
Available as 360-degree videos on YouTube, these videos lets you watch the action from all angles.
Local production company Anonymous Production recorded and created these videos by digitally stitching parade footage from six 4K wide-angle cameras. The company has uploaded three videos on its YouTube channel (AP Media), and says that two more will be available next week.
On a mobile device (using the YouTube app on Android or iOS), you can tilt the device or swipe the screen with your finger to look around the scene while the video is playing.
For a more immersive, virtual-reality experience, view these videos using a Google Cardboard headset, and move your head around to change the video camera's perspective.
These videos also work on computers with a compatible Chrome, Firefox or Opera browser.