Geoff from geoffmobile.com is broadcasting a live 360 degree video stream of him jamming on his Roland Gaia SH-01 synthesizer. This is being broadcast from Vancouver BC Canada using a Ricoh Theta S camera for the video and a Zoom H1 for the audio.
This quick tutorial will show how to set up 360 Degree Video Streaming to Youtube using the Ricoh Theta S 360 camera. Live streaming, in full 360 degrees using a 360 degree camera, is a new feature of Youtube and the Theta S 360 camera, and with the steps I show in this video, you will see how to set up both your camera and the required software on your computer and Youtube.
The advantage of streaming live to youtube in 360 degrees is for the feeling of presence and to allow your viewers to look around the room, and even experience the stream in virtual reality using a Google Cardboard or Daydream compatible VR headset.
This video shows the steps for Windows 10 64 bit, but the same software is also available for Mac and other versions of Windows.
Ricoh Theta S UVC Blender (Theta S Live Streaming app):