Stand on the deck of the U.S.S. Eisenhower as an F-18 jet roars past you into takeoff. Then jump in the cockpit for a pilot's-eye view yourself. Next, gaze up as a group of thrill seekers walk above you on slacklines in the Arizona desert before you balance from a 100-foot cliff.
It's all part of the 360-degree adventures offered in VRtually There, a new immersive VR series from USA TODAY NETWORK and YouTube. Each week, VRtually There presents three new VR experiences, from epic thrills to dream destinations. The experience is best while wearing a VR headset.
Episode 1 transports viewers from the deck of a Naval aircraft carrier to arid vistas of Sedona, Ariz. before whisking them to the wilderness of Western Australia and the stunning Karijini National Park. Stand at the bottom of a gorge carved over millions of years before retiring to a deluxe tent with expansive views of the night sky.
It's VRtually There: your front-row seat to amazing. Subscribe to the series on YouTube and download the USA TODAY app to catch new episodes every week. And don't forget to look around.