Weeks after Nepal’s catastrophic April 25th earthquake, aid is beginning to wane, both on the ground and in the media. More than 8,600 people are estimated to have died and more than 20,000 injured.
RYOT News, with the help of Susan Sarandon, has released a stunning virtual reality documentary on the aftermath of the massive earthquake to help bring attention to the disaster. The short film opens with footage of buildings collapsing as the 7.8-magnitude earthquake first rippled across the country, but then transitions into VR mode, immersing the viewer in an incredible 360-degree virtual reality in the mountains of rubble and devastation that lay behind. To experience this incredible film, click the video and shift the camera's angle with your cursor to get a full 360-degree view of every shot.
Victims of the earthquake need your help. Please join us in donating to the Nepal earthquake relief efforts at: http://ryot.org/nepalearthquake/ or join us in helping our friend, CNN Hero of the Year, Pushpa Basnet, whose safe home for children in Kathmandu was demolished in the quake by donating here: http://www.gofundme.com/pushpa-nepal.