Mindfulness for peace of mind
Mindfulness 360 videos are 360-degree videos that are designed to help individuals practice mindfulness meditation. These videos typically provide a panoramic view of a natural setting, such as a forest.The idea behind mindfulness 360 videos is to create an immersive environment that helps individuals focus their attention on the present moment and reduce stress and anxiety. By providing a sense of presence and immersion, these videos may help individuals feel more relaxed and calm, which can improve their overall well-being.
One benefit of mindfulness 360 videos is that they are easy to access and can be viewed on a variety of devices, including smartphones, tablets, and VR headsets. Additionally, they are typically low-cost or free, making them accessible to a wide range of individuals.
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Kyriakos Georgios KalafatisHealth Mental AdvisorAthens
Stefanos HarlaftisVideo EditorAthens
Project Type:Student, Virtual Reality, 360 Video, Other
Runtime:15 minutes 21 seconds
Production Budget:0 USD
Country of Origin:Greece
Student Project:Yes - Egkairi Paremvasi
We are a group of people with special learning difficulties from Greece (autism, adhd, dyslexia, etc.) in addition to our newspaper where we express our thoughts and feelings, we were told to start making a video where it can calm you down when someone he faces difficulties in his mental health.
Greek Version http://www.themates.gr
Eng Version http://www.autismnewspaper.com