I think the possibilities are endless man, but I don’t know how they bring this to the consumer on…

It will probably initially develop to becoming a group activity more-so than an individual activity. Although, if a user is able to experience a YouTube video in 360 with their phone (a feature that was offered by Samsung, I believe, at one point) with simple glasses. The camera technology will have more success capitalizing on the film or videography industry for VR. Heck, it might be the next big thing for movies, like you said. Experiencing movies live. Now, that would be awesome! Imagine seeing Jurassic World in VR!!!

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