YouTube is now able to host and deliver videos filmed at 360°. A small change that will have serious consequences for the virtual reality industry.

Of course, a conventional camera can not shoot such images, it will use a professional camera that Google has said in a YouTube blog post: Bublcam, Giroptic 360cam, IC Real Tech Allie, Kodak and SP360 RICOH THETA and these are just a few examples.

Specifically, with your smartphone you are able to watch videos on the go, the application uses your accelerometer. The YouTube application does not need to update on Android , you can find below some examples of videos.