Now that YouTube is accepting 360 degree videos, it's time to explore how to use Blender to generate this content! Pedro Gaspar shows us how.
Youtube started to accept videos in 360º, so I decided to try and make a video with Blender for the new feature.I used Blender Cycles! It was easier than I thought to change the settings on the camera! If I had a museum, it would look like this!
Watch the Video on YouTube - it currently works on Google Chrome and on the Youtube Android app.
I used old videos published on my youtube page to fill the screens, as well as some posters and a 3D statue that I made for an old project, using 123D Catch.
I explain step-by-step what I did in my web page - I hope you find this interesting!