Recently with the availability of Google Cardboard I have been searching for ways to instructionally use virtual reality with my students. The ITRTs in our division applied for the Google grant to get devices into our students' hands. Google denied me so the hunt continued. I was really excited to see Nearpod pop up again in my Facebook feed one day. Using the same technology as Google Cardboard apps Nearpod has combined VR (virtual reality) with the ability for students to provide feedback on the trips they are taking. If you do not have Cardboard devices, this does work well on tablets. There are over 25 different fieldtrips and most of them are free. The ones that are not free are merely $4.
This would be even better if they allowed you to add your own panos. WHICH, BTW, they say is a future functionality.
Plus, this works well with Google Classroom. I think I am in love. . .