Scuba diving in Belize
This Fulldome video was produced as part of A World Underwater: The Reefs of Belize, a program from the Charles Hayden Planetarium. The Planetarium team worked with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to make a 360 degree film of the underwater footage they took exploring the Mesoamerican reef ecosystem, at Glover’s Reef Research Station in Belize.
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About the Video
|Release date:||14 February 2017, 13:46|
|Duration:||06 m 50 s|
|Frame rate:||30 fps|
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