With VR still trying to find a killer app, companies are pushing out their 360° cameras that can caputure pretty interesting images. It's still not worth the cost of a camera, and a VR headset, but some of these do offer pretty decent quality. There are a bunch more cameras capable of 360° stills and video than I thought. If this is your thing, take a look at the link below.
Once people discover spherical videos, research suggests, they shift their viewing behavior quickly. The company Humaneyes, which is developing an $800 camera that can produce 3-D spherical images, says people need to watch only about 10 hours of 360° content before they instinctively start trying to interact with all videos.