Learn how to produce great 360 content with our 'better practices' and check-out the creative ways our community partners are using this exciting mode of storytelling.
As we learn together, explore our 'better practices' from our diverse community of creators and publishers.
Filming in 360 expands your canvas to new dimensions. The relationship with the viewer and how you treat your subject is a crucial element to consider.
Overcoming motion sickness and providing stabilization is critical. Early adopters have found some helpful tips and tricks.
Traditional techniques like cuts and text overlays introduce new challenges. However, when used correctly, they can be valuable and necessary tools.
Listen to the stories of brands using 360 to its fullest potential.
When a bomb went off in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, The Associated Press had a journalist in the middle of the scene within an hour filming a 360 video.Read More
The Associated Press has built an agile 360 video operation that’s able to respond thoughtfully and at a moment’s notice to breaking news.Read More
Since launching 360 Video, Facebook has surfed waves in Tahiti, flown with the Blue Angels and explored a different side to North Korea.Read More
Straight from New York, London and Milan, we're seeing creators capturing unique aspects of Fashion Week via 360 video so that people around the world can experience the runway right on Facebook.Read More
Whether it’s seeing a soccer field up-close, or flying down a ski slope, or getting in the boxing ring, 360 video enables athletes, teams, and leagues to give their fans an intimate and exciting viewing experience.Read More
We’re shining a light on how charities and causes are using 360 video to tell their stories and bring a new perspective to the work that they’re doing around the globe.Read More
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