The NFL has launched a series filmed in VR that can be watched in Google's Daydream..
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The NHL and Samsung Gear VR have already dabbled into it.
It is a very cool medium. Even using just VR apps on smartphones and sliding your phone into the cheap cardboard VR viewers is 'neat'. We were fooling around in the office last week with one of those and it was like you were actually at a beachfront resort in Jamaica. Move your head to the right there was the pool, look up the sky with some birds flying by, look to the left - the ocean, look down the sand of the beach and your feet (OK somebody else's feet).
There was also one with the view from a race car and moving your head would have you looking left, right, up into the crowd or even behind and the cars approaching from behind you.
Clearly it is the direction things seem to be going and it will be interesting to see what sort of things they can do with it on live sports in the future.