Red Rock Conservation Area in 360VR. This was a shoot I wanted to do to show off my VRgimbal and everything it could do. This video contains a composite, a steady stabilized shot while walking in 20knots gusts at the Red Rock Conservation Area Museum, steady almost tripod shots while holding the gimbal overhead and some shots on a tripod while the stabilizer was on for a very solid performer. In addition to all this I also Hiked the "Calico 2" stop on the drive going for a hyperlapse into the Red Rocks and some of the hike I was carrying the gimbal with one hand while raised up on a tripod carrying it singlehanded with legs extended. Pretty tough little gimbal considering all the challenges I put it thought. The gimbal is a 32bit Alexmos controller with two sensors and a one of a kind personal design construction using carbon fiber, metal brackets and metal case. The gimbal is light and overall you could hold onto it all day without worry. It's running 3s 1500 lipo battery with a battery compartment that when using an extension cord can be separated so you can wear it on a helmet or put it on a long pole. I will be publishing a video just of the gimbal to show off it's features.