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New This Week on Samsung Milk VR

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In February, Mark Zuckerberg took the stage at Samsung’s Unpacked event in Barcelona to announce that over 1 million hours of video have been watched on the Gear VR. With the amount of content continuing to grow every week, Samsung Milk VR recently surpassed 550 VR videos from brands, entertainment companies and creators around the world.

If you have a Gear VR and haven’t checked out all the latest content on Milk VR, here a few new videos that came out this week.

Get ready to snap in your phone scouts!

This Week’s New Milk VR Videos (3/3/16)

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All Access Fashion Week
This latest 360° video created by WSJ takes you behind the scenes with fashion designer Jason Wu as he prepares for his New York Fashion Week runway show. Get a glimpse into the design process, model casting and set building in this all access pass to his big event.

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How Close Is Too Close?
XFINITY brings you closer to NASCAR than ever before with an immersive view of the Homestead-Miami Speedway and a chance to ride shotgun with driver Daniel Suárez. XFINITY developed the video in tandem with Office of Baby and Groove Jones, a studio that specializes in VR content and apps.

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Brace yourself for this a ride on Tatsu at Six Flags. Tatsu is a hanging roller coaster that takes you through all the turns and was shown off at MWC in Barcelona to attendees.

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Twisted Colossus (Six Flags)
Another signature Six Flags ride, Twisted Colossus is a dual roller coaster where the audience can ride along through every twist and turn. Samsung is reaching high with their roller coaster experiences, having just partnered up with Six Flags to bring Gear VR to roller coaster rides at nine locations across the U.S.

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Lillehammer 360
In partnership with the Lillehammer 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games, Samsung and Next VR take ski jumping to the next level. Two 180-degree constellations of cameras were deployed to capture scenes from the Opening Ceremony and bring the Games’ sports action and excitement in this viewing experience.

See Also: Top 5 Samsung Milk VR Videos of 2015

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Jonathan Nafarrete

Jonathan Nafarrete is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of VRScout.

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