Rail crossing gates are there for a reason. Many factors can prevent you from seeing or hearing oncoming trains—especially at busy commuter stations.
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If you are using an Apple phone, you cannot have the VR experience using Safari.
So, here’s what you need to do.
You must have the YouTube application on your phone. If you do not have it, visit your app store and install in on your phone first.
To experience the VR film, click on the link below:
This will launch the YouTube application and load the VR experience, which will appear as an image link below the screen.
Select the VR video you would like to experience.
Now look to the top right-hand side of the screen for three small vertically stacked dots. Click on those dots. A menu will offer you choices for setting your image quality. Choose the highest resolution number possible for the best image quality.
Look to the bottom of the screen. You will see an icon of a VR cardboard Click it. This will prepare your phone for your VR experience by splitting the screen in two.
Now, hit the play arrow again. Plug the best headphones you have into your phone, and insert your phone into your cardboard headset.
Lastly, once you are wearing the headset and headphones, look around until you see the logo directly in front of you. If the VR video has started, look around until you see words directly in front of you. And stay there.
Note: In addition to cardboard headsets, these VR videos can also be experienced with the HTC VIVE, Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear VR, or Google Daydream using their respective apps and systems.
We want to know what you thought of the Look. Listen. Live. videos. At the end of each video, click on the survey button to tell us about your experience. Everyone who answers will be entered into a draw to win a virtual-reality headset.