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Plan B Skateboards "Virtual Reality" (1993) Remastered

Plan B Skateboards "Virtual Reality" (1993) Remastered

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The 1993 Plan B skateboard video "Virtual Reality" is a landmark production in skateboarding history. Directed by filmmaker Mike Ternasky, "Virtual Reality" revolutionized the genre with innovative filming techniques and progressive skateboarding.

The video features the Plan B skate team, which at the time included some of the most influential and talented skateboarders of the era, such as Danny Way, Rodney Mullen, and Pat Duffy. "Virtual Reality" showcases their skills in iconic skate spots, including legendary street spots and massive vert ramps.

Its groundbreaking filming style set "Virtual Reality" apart from previous skate videos. Ternasky employed a mix of slow-motion, fisheye lenses, and dynamic camera angles to capture the action in a way that had never been seen before. The result was a visually stunning and dynamic portrayal of skateboarding that captivated audiences and set a new standard for skate videos.

Beyond its technical innovations, "Virtual Reality" also profoundly impacted skateboarding culture. The video helped popularize the Plan B brand and solidify its place as one of the most influential companies in the industry. It also inspired a new generation of skateboarders to push the boundaries of what was possible on a skateboard.

Overall, "Virtual Reality" remains a timeless classic in skateboarding history, revered for its groundbreaking filmmaking and incredible skateboarding talent. I do not own the rights to any of the content contained therein.

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