360 video is often disappointing (although there are exceptions). Cinematography goes out the window. It’s a nightmare on desktop. But Corridor Digital managed to use its limitations in their favor. Here’s how I’d like to imagine this video was born:

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INT. OFFICE — AFTERNOON

The CORRIDOR DIGITAL headquarters are hitting the usual lull around lunchtime, when an UNUSUAL EMAIL shows up.

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CORRIDOR DIGITAL EMPLOYEE #1
Uh, hey guys? According to this, we can do 360 videos now

CORRIDOR DIGITAL EMPLOYEE #2
Well, that’s neat and all, but why would we?

CORRIDOR DIGITAL EMPLOYEE #1
What ever could you mean

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CORRIDOR DIGITAL EMPLOYEE #2
360 videos suck

CORRIDOR DIGITAL EMPLOYEE #1
...I think they’re pretty cool

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CORRIDOR DIGITAL EMPLOYEE #2
Like, they’re terrible. You spend half the time just hunting around for what you’re supposed to be looking at

CORRIDOR DIGITAL EMPLOYEE #1
...I’ve literally never had that problem

CORRIDOR DIGITAL EMPLOYEE #2
It’s like some live action version of Where’s Waldo where you—

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CORRIDOR DIGITAL EMPLOYEE #1
Stop right there, you’re a genius

CORRIDOR DIGITAL EMPLOYEE #2
In fact, I am. Yes. Thank you for your acknowledgment

CORRIDOR DIGITAL EMPLOYEE #1
I am a good friend who values your abilities

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CORRIDOR DIGITAL EMPLOYEE #2
You are a very good friend, yes

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