Youtube now supports 360-degree videos. Users who have cameras having this feature like Ricoh Theta have feature to capture 360-degree videos can upload their videos. These videos will play on web and Android Youtube app.
Users can see more details about the video format on GitHub. You also no need to wear VR-Headset. On the Web (read; Chrome), you can scroll around the video using your mouse like you would on Google Maps’ Street View. On Android, it’s a lot more fun – you can look around by moving your phone or tablet.
Still, we’d imagine the best experience will be with virtual reality headsets. Besides, the red on Google’s new View Master matches YouTube’s nicely. If you can’t quite wrap your head around what 360-degree videos will look like (pun quite intended), YouTube’s made a playlist of content you can try right now.
Source=> Youtube Creator