Groundbreaking video shot in Island
There's a chance to experience the Calf of Man in a whole new dimension, thanks to the BBC.
In a first for the broadcaster, a short film shot in 360 degrees was released yesterday.
The technology allows viewers to physically 'move' around the scenes using a smartphone or computer.
Produced by the BBC's Head of Digital Video in conjunction with BBC Isle of Man, the video documents the life of Calf Ornithology Warden Ian Lycett.
See it for yourself below.
Ian Lycett has one of the more remote jobs in the British Isles. The wildlife lover from Wolverhampton is a warden on...Posted by BBC England on Monday, 21 November 2016