There’s no stopping technology. While we are only getting used to the power of live video streaming from our phones, but Facebook is always one step ahead.
Facebook has just made 360-degree live video streaming easy – provided that you already have the equipment required to film 360 video.
360-degree live streaming works on Facebook’s existing live video platform. As with regular live video, you will be able to broadcast in 1080p and 30 fps for a maximum streaming time of 2 hours. You will need a more than decent data connection however. Facebook recommends a minimum of 4Mbps downlink to ensure a smooth 360 broadcast.
Of course, these 360 cameras for your phone will also let you broadcast on Periscope, just not in 360 yet.
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