By CHARLES UGOCHUKWU CHARLES
Facebook has Launched live video to Facebook Spaces which will turn VR into a social experience, blending the real and virtual worlds in compelling ways. This will be useful in schools and businesses, though it requires at least one Oculus Rift headset to use Facebook Spaces.
Internet is all about live video and virtual reality these days.
You can share direct to Facebook, the live video broadcasts to the Facebook Spaces app
Spaces is a virtual reality playroom and chat room in one, a hangout app that lets multiple people wearing Oculus Rift VR headsets interact in the same virtual space.
One of the reasons is that you can still interact with people in the real world. With this new feature, Facebook is taking this physical / virtual connection to a whole new level.
With live video, Facebook Spaces users can start a live broadcast and beam it to their Facebook feed. Those not in Facebook Spaces can watch and interact with the video, leaving comments and reacting in real time.
Another feature is the ability to pull out real-world viewers’ comments as an object in the VR world.