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By Brandy Shaul on Dec. 29, 2016 - 10:35 AM Periscope launched support for live 360 video in its livestreaming application. The update will allow users to watch live 360-degree broadcasts on both Periscope and Twitter. With this update, live 360 videos are marked with a special “Live 360” badge.
… Facebook updated the experience of sharing 360-degree photos with other users. Specifically, users can now change the initial view on their 360 photos on iOS, Android and Chrome on desktop. With this update, when a user uploads a 360 photo on mobile, they can now drag their finger to set the initial view for the photo. This will be the view…
… 360-degree video is coming to Twitter, sort of, with help from the National Basketball Association and Samsung. The NBA and Samsung are teaming up on exclusive 360-degree videos from the NBA Finals—pregame warmups and shooting, entrances, captains’ meetings and postgame footage—which will be shared via the league’s Twitter account…
… Facebook has announced its latest steps to improve the use of virtual reality on the social networking platform. For one, Facebook announced its 360 degree video streaming technology is coming to Samsung’s Gear VR mobile virtual reality headset, which will allow 360 degree videos posted on Facebook to ‘look clearer and play faster…