Drone cameras have captured stunning video and immersive 360-degree virtual reality tours (see below) of some of the regeneration projects at Leith Docks in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Western Harbour is a regeneration project involving housing, offices, shopping, park and amenities on the Firth of Forth. Edinburgh City Centre is approximately two miles to the south with a regular bus service available from the immediate area. The local area of Newhaven is served by bars, restaurants and local shops. A wider-range of retailers, restaurants and a multiplex cinema can be found at nearby Ocean Terminal. The David Lloyd Leisure Complex offers excellent sport facilities (and was once the practice courts for Wimbledon Champion Andy Murray).
Construction is currently underway on 234 new affordable homes, as part of the National Housing Trust initiative. The new development is led by the City of Edinburgh Council, Scottish Futures Trust and the Forth Ports Group and is being built by Hart Builders.
New aerial footage from Scottish digital media company Airborne Lens captures the scale of the site, as is a perfect way to showcase this prime waterfront location. An interactive 360-degree experience has also been produced, and takes viewers on an immersive tour from the air. Using a mouse, smart phone or tablet, it is possible to move around inside the fully customisable space and click on links to additional information and media. For a truly sensory experience, try it out in the RoundMe App with the new Virtual Reality headsets from the likes of Samsung, Oculus Rift, or even using Google Cardboard.
GOOGLE "Street View" - FROM THE AIR!
Airborne Lens produces professional aerial and ground photography for TV and marketing, and have over 20 years experience working with property agents and landowners. Contact www.airbornelens.com for more details.