Architects Guide to Upload 360 Videos To Facebook Or YouTube
If you haven’t experienced a 360° video yet, you’re in for a blown-mind. We recently watched this 360 degree video made by Casey Neistat and had such a good time exploring NYC. You might even have watched the Star Wars 360 degree video clip, or the Boston Museum of Science clip from their latest full-dome planetarium show “From Dream to Discovery: Inside NASA!” that is being exhibited at science centers around the world. Even without a VR headset like the Oculus Rift or Gear VR, 360° video is super fun to watch and explore through a platform like YouTube since you can still move your camera around to see what’s “around” you. We have convinced that this is the future of online imagery!
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