The Detroit Auto Show, January 8th through the 22nd, highlights the best of each manufacturer and the latest in safety and entertainment technology. In that spirit, we are unveiling some new technology as well. Virtual reality is growing fast and new cameras are becoming available to the public to record in 360 video. We took one on a test run at the auto show to give you an idea how it works. In this video, you can use your computer mouse to look left, right and behind you. with a tablet or smartphone you can use your finger or move the device to see around you. Better yet, if you have a VR headset like Google cardboard, you can be fully immersed in the experience. Check it out.

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