Here's the first Periscope live 360 video taken underwater

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If you wanted to immerse yourself underwater, look no further than Twitter. 

Mitch Oates, a digital creator, photographer and surfer from Sydney, Australia, completed the first-ever 360-degree live video underwater on Twitter’s Periscope app Tuesday. 

Twitter confirmed the achievement to Mashable. The timing shouldn’t be that surprising since the company released live 360 video on Periscope only last week. But the broadcast showcases another immersive content win for Twitter as it competes with YouTube and Facebook.

🐠Hold your breath🐠 Periscopes First underwater Live 360 broadcast #Periscope360 https://t.co/6tehCevWXe

— Mitch oates (@MitchOates) January 3, 2017 Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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