BBC debuts first 360-degree TV show online


BBC Click has broadcast a fully 360-degree edition of its programme, viewable either on VR devices or via a simple web browser.

The show focuses on Cern’s Large Hadron Collider, and aired on Saturday 12 March.

The episode was shot with 360-degree cameras.

An interactive 360-degree episode is available on the BBC Click YouTube channel, where viewers will be able to navigate their way through the footage.

Several of the features will also be available on, the BBC’s experimental platform.

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