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But that doesn't make them virtual reality, seeing like a video of a person surfing or playing soccer in a 360 degree video isn't virtual - it really happened! - so it's really just reality. Advertising Continue reading below Semantics aside, many of us see it as Photo Background Removing a form of virtual reality because it takes our experiences with content to a new, more realistic level. The user can experience another place, from another time, through their own technology - and they don't have to buy anything extra, says Kendall. No plane tickets, rental cars or trains, just you Photo Background Removing and your computer or cell phone, and you experience a place and time as if you were really there. Mars has his own take on Facebook 360 as VR: Right now, we see Facebook 360 as one of many 'flavors' of VR.