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Lenovo is making a camera specifically for YouTube's VR180 format

Virtual reality (VR) is undeniably cool, but think about just how much of the experience is wasted. Total immersion requires a complete sphere of video ("360"), but humans can only see roughly half of that experience at any given moment. That's why YouTube announced VR180 a bit ago, the idea being if you cut the VR "world" in half, you can boost the quality of the experience significantly, and most of what you're getting rid of the user isn't seeing anyway.
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