Eleven days after the Haiti earthquake and the devastation is still catastrophic, with the breaking news that the search for quake survivors is over and alternative new stories taking precedence, new forms of media are prevailing as a main source of information to the outside world.
Within hours of the initial quake reporters from around the world had gathered to help give the outside world a window into the chaos and rescue efforts taking place, however nearly two weeks later and news reports are diminishing leaving a hole into how rescue efforts are continuing.
Filmed on Monday 18th January and powered by technology from ‘Immersive Media’ this 360 view of Port-au-Prince allows the audience to ‘walk’ down the streets and witness the destruction for themselves. It is a true insight into the loss this country has suffered over the last few weeks.
Very sad, but very interesting, take a look here (from the CNN website) http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2010/01/world/haiti.360/index.html