Got my cardboard today, and immediately got this app. Wow. Posters, adverts, and all of that can only show so much. In this video, I was turning my head and just looking at everything, the people, the ceiling even. This hit home. I was a child when my mum took me to India for holidays, with the rest of my family. I remember the joy of having a water pump, and how my mum told me stories of when she was younger and had to carry buckets for miles. Now I understand... These people need help. Thank you WaterAid, for thinking of this. This app/film is VERY IMPACTFUL! I'm going to show my friends this too! It will open eyes!
Awesome..... It's really nice to watch this video.... With clear image and Voice......
A worthy cause, didn't work on my phone Great that this sort of thing is being made, unfortunately after the 800Mb download the video just doesn't play - goes from countdown to the message telling you the video is over. The non-cardboard option also doesn't work. Using brand new Motorola Moto G4.
I love it but it didn't work on my phone I have seen the document during Water Aid show and loved it. I wanted to show it to all my friends and family but it doesn't work on any of our Samsungs. A huge shame cause I really wanted them to experience it.
Dr. Saima This is fantastic use of technology.
Great app to experience tragedy and triumph in Nepal Fantastic app for understanding how a community is attempting to build back stronger after the devastating earthquake .Simple to download and use and content of a high quality. [Disclaimer - I am a WaterAid staff member but not involved with this project]
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