Below are examples of what's come to be known as VR (virtual reality). They are 3D images and videos with full spherical viewing. With the appropriate Google Cardboard headset, they can be viewed in full immersive 3D. Turning your head allows viewing in all directions, giving the impression of actually being in the environment. With a desktop viewer, 3D viewing is disabled, but you can still use your mouse to rotate the view 360 degrees. This technique can facilitate many types of projects, making it possible to view environments such as wall murals, room additions and displays from a first-person view.