Facebook’s Interactive Map Allows You To Watch Strangers Live
Facebook’s interactive map allows you to watch what strangers from all over the world are doing live. Yes! Everything is happening in real-time and you can watch people from any place on Earth, as long as they are filming themselves. It’s quite a very interesting experience to see what people in different countries are doing during different times of the day.
For example, during school hours, you will notice that in every country, the most videos you’ll see are live streams of students in class, filming themselves and their teachers during class. Who would have imagined that this would be possible any time soon? 10 years ago this would have been a sci-fi story for a futuristic teenage movie, but now it’s just another everyday fact.
Facebook live video feature allows you to become an Internet sensation, by streaming everything you do, on a day to day basis. It’s your choice whether you want to communicate something productive, or just film yourself while sleeping or watching a movie. The possibilities are endless and depending on the number of viewers you’ll have in real-time, you may (or not!) be motivated to film yourself more and more.
In order to access the Facebook live stream map, click here, or look for the ‘Live Video’ app on the left navigation bar which can be found on your profile’s timeline. You will access a world map full of dots. Each dot indicates the place where people are streaming from and you can get a simple preview by moving your cursor over the dot.
So, when are you shooting your first ‘movie’?