Immersive videos, also known as 360 videos, are video recordings where the view in every direction is recorded at the same time, shot using an omnidirectional camera. The viewer is able to pan and rotate a 360 video's perspective to watch it from different angles. The Dysart Unified School District is committed to providing parents, students, staff, and community members with innovative avenues to communicate our academic excellence . Select a video below and try out a new way to immerse yourself in a Dysart learning environment, and see student success in a whole new way!
When viewed on laptops or desktop computers, the mouse is typically used to pan around the video by clicking and dragging. On smartphones and tablets, open the video in the YouTube App to ensure proper accessibility.
Additionally, devices such as Google Cardboard viewers and the VR headsets can serve as an avenue for viewing this content in a virtual reality format. They utilize the display of your smartphone by inserting it into the viewer.
Travel to Shadow Ridge High School and learn more about the Engineering Program in 360° as part of Career and Technical Education month in the Dysart School District.
Travel to the Innovation Academy and learn about a group of students that have found an innovative way to plant a garden and grow food to donate to a local soup kitchen.
Fire Science 360°
Check out the Fire Science program at Valley Vista High School in 360° as they participate in a hose drill.
DEPCO Lab 360°
Travel to the DEPCO Lab at Canyon Ridge School and learn in 360 degrees more about how this environment is helping students in STEM.
Makerspace at Luke
Travel to Luke Elementary School and view their Makerspace room in 360° to see how students are personalizing their education.