YouTube 360 videos are the closest thing to virtual reality that you can experience on your computer right now that don’t require any sort of special eye hardware. All you need is an Internet connection and the Chrome browser installed to be able to run YouTube 360 videos on your device.
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Below, you’ll find seven distinct YouTube 360 video experiences that show you what can be done with this particular video-recording technology. Start each one of them, and then feel free to move the camera around while the video is playing, just as you would do in Google Maps when exploring an area in Street View mode.
Formula One Racing
Fighter Jet Flying with Patrouille Suisse
Cliff Jumping in Maui
Total Solar Eclipse in Svalbard
Hamilton Island Tour
Star Wars: Darth Vader Making an Entrance
Warcraft: Flying in the Skies of Azeroth