YouTube may be working to bring more live 360-degree videos to you. According to BuzzFeed, the company is meeting with several 360-degree camera manufacturers about hosting videos seamlessly on its service — even live. The crux of the issue involves image stitching, which is the back-end software that takes all of your disparate images and cobbles them into a 360-degree image. Google uses similar technology for its Photo Sphere feature on the stock Android camera. At Google I/O last year, Google unveiled a GoPro camera ensemble that can stream 360-degree video. As BuzzFeed points out, that device was created in cooperation with…

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