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Virtual reality and augmented reality technologies are developing at such a pace that it can be hard to keep up. Mobile VR solutions such as Samsung’s GearVR 2017 with motion controller and Google’s Daydream provide an excellent initial experience while Sony’s PSVR, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive give a more sophisticated taste of VR with spatial tracking.

Even without a virtual reality headset, however, there are a myriad of uses for 360 degree video when viewed on conventional mobile phone and tablet devices.

The ability to livestream 360 video to Facebook (using cameras such as the new Samsung Gear360) and Zuckerberg’s continued investment in VR through the purchase of Oculus, are indicators of how much faith the industry has in the future of the technology.

Imagine being present at a wedding thousands of miles away and being able to turn in every direction, or participating in a VR Skype call, or walking through a house surrounded by avatars of Facebook friends. The surface of this relatively young technology is only just being scratched.

The same goes for your business. Through clever use of VR video, it is possible to present images, clips, data, text, sound, all through a novel and interesting method of presentation.

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