David Live Broadcasting On The New Insta360 Air Panoramic Camera

OK…..So you know we’re all about technology. Well, David has been playing around with this new camera he got.
It’s the new Insta360 Air Panoramic Camera that allows you to capture full 360 degree spherical photos and videos and instantly upload them to your social media feeds. Of course you can view them later on your phone or VR gear reliving the experience in full 360 views!On top of that you can live stream a 360 video on YouTube.

So, we tested this 360 live streaming thing out and we got a big kick out of it. We also immediately thought of our OOBies (Outside Our Bubble Fans) and the fun we could have with this. So we decided we are going to do more live streaming feeds covering topics that you may be interested in.

So…

Have you always wanted to ask us a question but never asked?
Do you like our videos but wish there was more interaction?
Well now you can ask away! During our live streaming events you can ask us questions via CHAT window when viewing on YouTube. We and the viewers will be able to see the comments and questions

being posted and thus we can answer the questions live. All of the live streams will also be able to be played back later if you miss the live broadcast. You just will not be able to live chat but can comment.

Not only will we be covering various topics but we will also take the 360 camera tovarious places as we travel this great country of ours. Of course, the video quality will only be as good as the connection we have to the Internet. ;)

So keep your eyes peeled for our announcements on when we will be live streaming. We will make our announcements via Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. If you are not tied into our various social media feeds, you can join by clicking on our links at the top right corner of our blog.
Better yet, if you are not subscribed to our YouTube Channel, subscribe and you will be alerted when we are broadcasting live!!!

In the mean time, enjoy this video of us testing out our first live stream that went on for 45 minutes with people as far away as Australia tuning in!