YouTube VR to provide a new way for watching videos with VR Headset

YouTube VR

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YouTube the biggest platform for sharing the videos all over the world is now enhancing its feature by providing an all new way for watching the videos over it. YouTube today announced the support for 3D VR videos.

For more than a year, the YouTube team has been adding support for new video and audio formats on YouTube like 360-degree video, VR Video and Spatial Audio. According to the company “These were the first steps on our way toward a truly immersive video experience, and now we’re taking another one with the YouTube VR app for Daydream, Google’s platform for high-quality mobile virtual reality, announced today at Google I/O.”

Moreover, YouTube VR will help you for if you want a front row seat to your favorite concert, access to the best museums in the world, or a midday break from work watching your favorite YouTube creator as well. At this moment there are so many creators working for providing the best suitable content for the VR videos for making the best environment for those video that includes NBA, BuzzFeed and Tastemade etc.

For accessing this YouTube VR app all you need is just a Daydream-ready phone like Pixel and the new Daydream View headset and controller to get started. Furthermore, the app also includes some familiar features such as voice search and a signed in experience so you can follow the channels you subscribe to.

YouTube is here with this interesting app hoping that it will be very interesting feature for all the users. The Google owned company is now looking forward for making it more fruitful for its users.

Source: YouTube Blog © Image: YouTube Blog

YouTube VR to provide a new way for watching videos with VR Headset