Fusion is plunging into the world of virtual reality after striking a deal with Littlstar, a startup that specializes in creating immersive, 360-degree video for a range of platforms.
Fusion said it's working with the startup to offer VR content spanning mobile platforms and Littlstar’s apps and global network. Fusion launched a VR-focused division in August and has already produced some content in the format with Littlstar, including this 360-degree tour of Greenland.
Fusion joins a growing list of programmers that are working with Disney-backed Littlstar, including Nat Geo, PBS and Discovery Communications, which recently kicked off a major VR initiative.
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