Earlier this week YouTube announced their plans to launch live 360 degree videos, the first of which was with the singer D?WN!

The stream lasted 30 minutes and showcased how Google plans to expand 360-degree content in the near future.

If you weren’t quick enough to watch it live, then don’t fret, you can still re-watch the stream right on your browser, smartphone or virtual reality headset.

Check it out:


Welcome to the first ever 360-degree live stream from the YouTube Space LA, with The Verge’s Emily Yoshida and indie pop star D?WN! This musical performance — a little bit R&B, a little bit EDM, a little bit sci-fi — is a big step into the future of 360-degree video and VR for YouTube.

Whether it’s a sporting event or a concert or even a family gathering, all of us have had the feeling of wanting to be somewhere we couldn’t. But these days, virtual reality and 360-degree video can help get you one step closer to actually being at those places and in those moments. Today, we’re taking immersive video even further with 360-degree live streaming on YouTube.

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