Warning: You'd be far better off checking this out on a phone or tablet- trust us.
We'll admit it- we're a little late to the party when it comes to Youtube's revolutionary 360° videos. Generally filmed using cameras designed for a 360-degree recording (like the Ricoh Theta and Kodak SP360) or even four individual Go Pro cameras, the short videos are then programmed to react to your smart phone or tablet's accelerometer whereby you can literally turn the video around 360 degrees. It's like you're bloody there.
But enough with the technical mumbo-jumbo. We've picked out some 360-compatible videos for you to check out at home. Simply play them on your smart phone or tablet - preferably in landscape view - and move your device around to witness the full 360-degree, interactive experience.
Again, we are so new to this concept, but it's pretty astonishing stuff, and we'd hate to see folks miss out on it.
For more videos, check out Youtube's #360Video channel.