We’re very excited by 360° video technology. Especially when it’s used to create 360° diving videos!

The team at Seaview 360 are the pioneers of underwater 360-degree content production, having created the amazing Google Underwater Street Views that you have likely spent time navigating through.

Seaview 360 have recently produced some very entertaining 360° videos from the Great Barrier Reef, including Heron Island and Lady Elliot Island. If you have not seen many 360° diving videos before, these scientific videos on the Great Barrier Reef, dolphin and manta ray encounters and underwater life from the islands will be sure to whet your appetite.

Following the work of scientists from The University of Queensland at the Heron Island Research Station.

It is always a privileged and incredible moment to be swimming and diving with these graceful giants.

Although they often hunt in groups, solitary dolphins can also be seen hunting. This bottlenose dolphin let us be a witness of this rare moment captured in full 360°

The incredible richness of a sanctuary situated at the southern tip of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

Heron Bommie on the Great Barrier Reef, rated in Jacques-Yves Cousteau’s top 10 dive sites in the world.

Learn more about scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia and visit the Seaview 360 YouTube channel to see what 360° diving videos they produce next!