As the first video, Facebook page for Star Wars has posted an exclusive footage of a speeding cruiser.
Watch the video below:
Once Facebook-owned Oculus Rift VR headset is launched, we can hope that you would be able to use it to make your 360-degree video more immersive.
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Facebook writes on its blog: “To create 360 videos, a special set of cameras is used to record all 360 degrees of a scene simultaneously. This means that when the video is playing on Facebook, you can choose what angle you want to see it from.”
Facebook 360-degree videos are currently viewable on the web or on Android. This feature will soon be rolled out for iOS in the coming months.
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