A wet Melbourne morning didn’t dampen our enthusiasm for documenting the 100th Anzac Day March for future generations and a special group of elderly folk who weren’t able to attend in person. Held throughout Australia and New Zealand each year since the close of the First World War, ANZAC Day Marches honour the men and women who have given military service in the tradition of the ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corp). This event saw Worldview’s first recording made with ambisonic audio that when played back in VR serves to match the direction of the sounds to the objects in the scene. So you see and hear the marching bands crossing the intersection.
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