We should point out that this only works if you have Chrome, the YouTube app or an Android.

If you're one of those weirdos who uses Internet Explorer or Safari, no 360 video for you. At least, not yet.

The technology works similar to GoogleMaps and StreetView, in that it's a complete 360 view of a video.

Already, people have been uploading sky-diving, Formula 1 racers and even... this.


In case it wasn't obvious, you push the directional button to where you want to look.

As we mentioned earlier, here's a Formula One car in 360 view...



...and here's a sky-dive with a 360 camera that lets you see what it's like to fall to the ground at a very high speed.


...and this is our minds being blown by 360 videos are a thing now.