We've seen some cool things done with 360-degree video already. We've even captured a couple of things ourselves. Collectively, early adopters are learning what to do with these relatively new cameras, and that includes a look at when to put the tech away. It's fascinating stuff, especially if you're looking at things through Google Cardboard, but it's not always clear what video you should choose to introduce new people to this technology.

And then the folks at SpaceX posted this to Facebook.

The only thing cooler than seeing a rocket that just delivered payload into space successfully land on a human-free droneship is watching it happen as though you were standing on the deck. The ability to see this in 360-degree video format makes it so much more compelling, and should absolutely be the kind of thing you show your friends when they don't quite get why this is so cool.