The latest iPhone’s camera is almost near perfect in every way. The only thing missing is real time photos and videos in 360 degrees. This is where the Insta360 Nano steps in; creating a new immersive video and photo experience.
Watching an immersive video or VR experience, it’s easy to think you’d need bulky or expensive gear to create similar content. But that’s not the case. In fact, 360-degree video is more accessible than it’s ever been.
Facebook is bringing 360-degree video to news feeds starting today, showcasing the immersive format with a speeder tour of Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ desert planet Jaku.
The tech makes viewing 360 videos on mobile devices simpler than ever, allowing users to select a viewing angle just by turning their devices. You can also watch the videos on the web, clicking around to change the camera’s perspective.