YouTube has announced another update to its support for 360-degree content, which will make it possible to live-stream while using the technology.
We reported in February that YouTube planned to make 360 live streams possible, and it’s now been officially launched.
After making 360-degree content possible in March last year, YouTube has continued to expand it’s capabilities and is encouraging more and more creators to embrace the medium.
YouTuber MysteryGuitarMan recently spoke to Tube Chum about his thoughts on VR technology after producing his own 360-degree video. There has also been a 360 tours of Buckingham Palace, as well as many other virtual reality adventures.
It was also announced that spatial audio will now be possible on YouTube, which means you can hear sounds from all directions. This can create a more immersive experience, especially when wearing a VR headset. You can try it out by listening to YouTube’s spatial audio playlist.
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