Say that $S^n$ "admits eversion" if the inclusion $S^n \rightarrow \mathbb{R}^{n+1}$ is regularly homotopic to the antipodal map (where a "regular" homotopy is a continuous path through immersions).

Smale proved that $S^2$ admits eversion by defining an appropriate algebraic invariant corresponding uniquely to regular homotopy classes, and noted that the group this invariant lives in is trivial. Many people didn't believe it until someone made a movie illustrating an explicit eversion.

It can be shown that $S^n$ admits eversion if and only if the tangent bundle of $S^{n+1}$ is trivial. That is, the only spheres which admit eversion are $S^0$, $S^2$, and $S^6$.

My question is: does anyone know of an explicit eversion of $S^6$ in $\mathbb{R}^7$?