Facebook shows spherical, 360-degree videos in news feed
So right now, we're at this interesting transition where we're starting to see traditional video blended with even more immersive content.
Now when you think about virtual reality a lot of people first think about gaming.
But, I actually think that video is gonna be even more engaging in a lot of ways.
So these are, are spherical videos.
You can move around in it and you can change your viewing angle, and that's possible because the videos are, are filmed on up to 24 different cameras at once.
Now this is a new and much more immersive type of content, it's not something you'd just consume passively.
You're actually interacting with it, and you feel like your there.
So soon we're going to start deporting spherical videos in News Feed.
People already watch more then 3 billion videos a day in News Feed, and it's some of the most engaging content in our system.
We're gonna bring spherical videos to Oculus too.
You're gonna be able to put on your headset and just feel like you're really there.
So we're actually experimenting with live spherical video here today.
We have a spherical camera filming at our headquarters down in Menlo Park.
So after this session is done you can head over to our.
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