There’s no Google Street View in North Korea, but here’s the next best thing: Singaporean photographer Aram Pan of DPRK 360 shot an interactive 360-degree video while driving around the streets of the capital city of Pyongyang.
You can use Google Cardboard to view the video, or you can watch the video above and drag around inside it to change your view. The video is about an hour long, so you can watch it many times and have a new experience every time by looking in a new direction.
The video was shot with exclusive permission from the North Korean government. Pan created his own 360-degree camera rig by taking a GoPro HERO4 Black action camera and replacing the original lens with a 280-degree lens by Entaniya.