360° Video is a revolutionary step in video technology that creates a truely immerse experience and unlimited opportunities for users and content creators. With 360-degree video the user can see all around the camera. Look up, down, around or side-to-side video is coming at you from everywhere. You can choose to look in any direction. Some of the Major Benefits of 360-Degree Video: 360° Video is fully immerse and interactive. It allows for a fully spherical view around the user. The user chooses what area of the video to view at any given time. Awesome with engaging viewers.
Our brain is curious, it wants to know what is behind the curtain. It loves mystery and it can’t stand missing something. So instead of just sitting there listening to the video while doing something else, it will move around, check things out. Maybe even watch the video 2 or 3 times just to fill that need. 360° video give you the freedom to give more information to the viewer and take them on a experience
YouTube now supports 360 degree video, so you can easily host your 360° videos on YouTube and share with anyone in the world. YouTube supports uploading and playback of 360 degree spherical videos on computers in Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera browsers. You can also watch 360 degree videos on YouTube apps for Android and iOS. For an immerse experience, you can even watch 360 degree videos with Cardboard and the YouTube Android app.
On Facebook, 360° Videos will start playing from News Feed with a special icon that indicates viewers are able to interact with the video. This interactivity will capture viewers' attention and allow them to discover and experience your content. With Facebook you an share your videos with friends and clients, allowing you to reach a very broad audience. With Facebook's 360° video you can step inside the scene with the Samsung Gear VR powered by Oculus. You can easily cast 360° Videos from News Feed to your Gear VR for a fully immerse viewing experience. On devices you just turn your device or drag your finger to move around within the video and explore any and every angle.