YouTube Proves That VR Isn't The Head Turner It Should Be

YouTube Proves That VR Isn’t The Head Turner It Should Be

TechRadar has reported that whether your VR set up is a dedicated Oculus Rift room or just a web browser and a mouse, one of the best places to find 360-degree video content is YouTube, and the platform just rolled out some new features to give uploaders better feedback on their clips. YouTube is introducing heatmaps in VR that show where viewers are looking as the action unfolds – when you’ve got the option to look anywhere you like in a 360-degree sphere, that’s handy for publishers who might worry that the best moments are getting ignored. The feature is going live now for VR videos with more than 1000 views.


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