Facebook users are now able to share live video on Facebook from Facebook Spaces to give the people they care about a window into their VR world.
“Facebook Live is already one of the most immediate and interactive ways to share moments with friends,” says Mike Booth, Head of Product Management, Facebook Spaces. “By going live from Facebook Spaces, you can share a whole new kind of moment with friends and family directly from VR. Whether you’re touring exotic locations across the globe in 360, collaborating on a virtual marker masterpiece, or riffing on a viral video, the people who matter most to you can now follow along in real time on Facebook.
“When you go live from Facebook Spaces, you’ll have a virtual camera that you can position anywhere in your space to capture the action. Friends on Facebook can comment on your broadcast and ask you questions to participate in the moment with you — and you can even see their reactions in VR,” he advises. “You’ll see a stream of friends’ comments and can pull out your favourites as physical objects that everyone in the space can interact with — a great way to highlight compelling questions and clever one-liners from your friends.”
“Live from Facebook Spaces opens up the fun of VR and lets everyone join the experience. Along with Messenger video calling and selfies, it’s an easy way to share your VR experiences and create lasting memories with everyone you care about. We’re excited to see how people go live from Spaces to interact with friends in new ways — and this is only the beginning, as we’ll continue to add new features to the experience,” confirms Booth.
“Check out Facebook Spaces in beta on the Oculus Store, and try your first live broadcast today. If you don’t have a Rift yet, now is the perfect time to jump in! Thanks to the Oculus Summer of Rift sale, Rift + Touch are now available at $399 for a limited time,” he notes.
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