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This is a VR 360 Video of the Gopro Fusion. You can move your phone around or drag the angle you want with your finger or cursor. It's 4k HQ. Audio is also 360 video. It's a fast ride with the V10F, which, BTW, it's one of my favorite wheels (and most comfortable, by a great margin - if you're 6.2 and 205 pounds). Inmotion V10F - EUC - Electric Unicycle - 4 minutes of 360 Audio and 4k Video - Gopro Fusion - VR
I was reading about a desktop 'server' and wireless client (phone) software called 'Trinus' If you have a Smartphone like my Moto G then you know the absence of a gyroscope limits its potential as a VR display device when using VR goggles. The following text describes my experience with 'Trinus'. With Trinus installed on my Windows 10 laptop I can stream any desktop display (360 video, games , whatever is displayed) through a wireless router to the client device for VR vewing of the (left/right eye) split video stream. A 360 video stream position can be controlled with keyboard keys or (I've read) with a gyro mouse (a mouse with a gyroscope). I'm currently shopping for a VR headset to hold the phone (wireless Trinus client). Watching 360 video from YouTube in VR should be an easy task for Trinus. At low resolution settings and appropriate stream compression settings my full screen desktop 360fly videos (circular and equi-rectangular) can be watched on the client display (the smartphone). Trinus Software purchase cost: (< $10) Trial version: ( free for 15 minute sessions) https://www.trinusvirtualreality.com Android 'Trinus' Client (free trial) or (full version) purchase - from Google Play Store. Trinus server software for Windows - from the Trinus website My steps for use : 1- connect (and start) the wireless router to the laptop with a short LAN cable 2- connect the wireless client device to the detected wireless WiFi network 3-start the client on the phone 4- start the server on the desktop 5-wait for the server to find the client on the network and display it's IP # 6-press the start button (lower right corner) on the desktop server display 7- desktop content (ex 360video) captured from the desktop starts to stream to the client