The Ford Raptor is a hard truck to hate. So when we see something interesting that involves it, it's hard for us to pass it over.
The XV might have made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show, but it's Japan that's getting the bulk of the cool official footage. This Octavia Scout of the East is brand new from the ground up, and as you'd expect, it comes with all the latest tech which Subaru has developed for the regular Impreza.
Videos in the 360-degree format, which is essentially VR-light or virtual reality on a regular screen requiring the user to manually change the video’s perspective, is becoming a popular format for ads.
Three-sixty videos are okay but you know what's makes them way way better? Watching them on a giant motion-sensing dome. Seriously!
Imagine being able to invite potential customers into your world from the comfort of their sofa, giving them the chance to experience your destination as they sit down in search of their next adventure.
Creators can now upload 360 videos in up to 8K for high-res videos. Vimeo will also offer "360 Video School," a.k.a. dedicated educational resources to help creators learn the basics and access in-depth tutorials on 360 cameras, pre-production, shooting and editing.
YouTube and Facebook, by far the dominant platforms for online video, are both clearly determined to expand this dominance into the next wave of online video: 360-degree virtual reality content.
Facebook on Wednesday launched Facebook 360 for Gear VR, its dedicated VR app, to help users find and enjoy 360-degree images and videos.