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Google's experimental Sprayscape app makes VR more like Snapchat

Imagine if you could share a virtual reality-ready 360-degree view of any moment, on the fly, as easily as you send a video on Snapchat. That's the premise of Sprayscape, the latest experimental app from Google. Out today, the Android app makes VR selfies a reality — even if they are a bit blurry.  SEE ALSO: Facebook's standalone VR headset feels like the future If you've ever tried to take a 360-degree photo or video with a smartphone before, then you know that capturing your surroundings perfectly is pretty much impossible.
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