Facebook 360 Photos

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#3 Product of the DayJune 10, 2016



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Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · Words @ProductHunt & @AngelList
So many creative possibilities with this announcement
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Not sure how often consumers will use as most don't have the right equipment to capture these videos, but great for #brands that want to create unique content. Here's a cool example of Facebook 360 looking over New York.
Fanis Poulinakis@pfanis · Content Marketing & Live Video Strategy
@rrhoover You don't need any special equipment for the 360 photos on Facebook. Any panoramic pic will convert automatically.
Jamie Ferrarin@jaxjay9 · Paid Search, GroupM
@rrhoover Google Street App for iOS and Android both create 360 photospheres. However more time consuming than a one click 360 cam for sure.
Pierre-Marie Galite@tsunaze · entrepreneur, mobile developer/advisor
@pfanis @rrhoover So long to do it though
Arjun Paliath@torchaj · Freshchat @Freshworks
@pfanis @rrhoover Also photosphere images. Results are pretty good too.
Andy HuangMaker@ahuang7 · Former PM at Magic Leap and Facebook
@rrhoover If you don't have a 360 camera, I suggest using these apps to create 360 photos: - iPhone or iPad camera panorama mode - Samsung Galaxy's panorama mode or surround shot mode (full 360) - Street View - Google Camera (Android) - Cardboard Camera (Android) - 360 Panorama by Occipital (iOS) Also, a list of sweet 360 cameras that we support: https://www.facebook.com/help/83...
Jason Salas@jasonsalas · Product Director
The one little feature that might get overlooked but is immensely cool is the little directional icon that moves as you pan around the image, indicating bearing. It's very useful: https://twitter.com/jasonsalas/s...
Arjun Paliath@torchaj · Freshchat @Freshworks
This is really impressive. It also renders Google Photosphere Images really nicely.
Laszlo Levente Mári@noxowe · Dev / Consultant
The way this works is actually amazing. I wouldn't mind if my whole news feed was filled up with this, though I would spend way too much time on Facebook again if it happened