The mission of TIS Media is to seek and to share the view of the world
【4K】🇺🇸🌇Seattle Downtown🎧, Washington, United States (The third day)
This is the third day of my trip to Seattle.
My friend who works at Amazon introduced me to some Amazon facilities.
To the beginning, he showed me the inside of The Spheres (Amazon Spheres), so I was walking around and took a video. It’s about 2 minutes of recording.
I kept walking around inside of The Spheres. It’s about 2 minutes of recording.
After that, I was walking around outside of The Spheres and took a video. It’s about 3 minutes of recording.
For the next, he brought me to Amazon Go, so I took a video. It’s about 1 minute of recording.
Next, I was just viewing at Amazon New Buildings. It’s about 1 minute of recording.
All done! Thank you so much for watching! More details on Youtube!
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TIS Media Travel & Walk Videos shows various aspects close to your life.
It has begun from Los Angeles, California particularly in West Hollywood and Beverly Hills areas and has been expanding all over the world.
The mission of TIS Media is to seek and to share the view of the world to everyone who wants to see a certain place around the world.
This is done to address the three types of curiosity, namely the past, present, and future.
All of which has something to do with being in different locations around the world.
To further explain,
If I wanna be or will be at the place, I wanna see the view of the place.
If I was at the place before, I wanna see the place again.
If I am at the place right now, I wanna see someone else is showing the view of the place.
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