OMSI 360 Video Aerial Flight in Portland, Oregon


Portland, Oregon

– The city of bridges.  We have been fascinated by the potential of combining RC Heli flying with 360Heros camera technology and what better place to shoot than around these beautiful steel and cement structures.  As it turns out the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry or OMSI is located right next to what is normally the least aesthetic bridge in Portland – the I5 Marquam Bridge.  However, as you will see, the breathtaking flight over OMSI and up to the upper deck of the Marquam is exhilerating and stuningly beautiful.  In this floating 360 journey we see the entire OMSI complex from its iconic submarine, over the OMNIMAX dome and the planetarium theater… hovering briefly above the I5 freeway ! A unique view of Portland over one of its most up and coming areas…

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Aerial Technology International, Portland Oregon
Aerial Technology International, Portland Oregon

What another great ride from Aerial Technology Interational on a beautiful day over OMSI.  ATI is an international dealer in a wide range of helicopters and RC flight equipment.

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360 Heros – 360 Interactive Panorama above the Oregon Museum of Science Building

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