Joe’s 360-degree game challenges you to follow the blue ball.
Last week, we reported on other VR-related news following the arrival of an interactive Buckingham Palace tour. Using the new Buckingham Palace tour video, viewers are able to enjoy a view of the historic building’s grand staircase, as well as explore lavish picture galleries and iconic British ballrooms.
VR on mobile is more than a temporary fad, and now it’s easier than ever for YouTube’s biggest fans to strap on a virtual reality headset and watch content in a way unlike anything else before. For more information on using VR headsets with YouTube, check out our guide.
For a behind-the-scenes look at how MysteryGuitarMan’s unique game was made, check out their exclusive video.
Would you like to see more interactive 360-degree games on YouTube? Let us know your thoughts by tweeting us at @TubeChum.
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