YouTube introduces ‘heat maps’ for VR videos
Posted on: 19 juin 2017, by : Stuart Dredge

YouTube has launched an interesting new feature for people creating VR and 360 videos for its service. Any of these videos that gets more than 1,000 views will now get its own ‘heat map’ in YouTube’s analytics system.
“You’ll be able to see exactly what parts of your video are catching a viewer’s attention and how long they’re looking at a specific part of the video,” explained YouTube in a blog post.
Just as interesting is the post’s brief run-through of some lessons on what makes for engaging VR and 360 videos on YouTube, based on these heat maps.
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