Earlier today, YouTube announced that they will begin supporting 360-degree livestreams, which will get its first public demonstration this Wednesday (aka 4/20, duh) with a performance from none other than PAPER favorite, D∆WN.
Utilizing a 360-degree camera to create an "immersive viewing experience," the video -- which will premiere on The Verge -- aims to give the much-coveted "front row view" to the Interwebby masses. Still wondering how it works though? Watch the outlet's interview with FLOTUS from earlier this year, and prep your THC-addled brain for what's bound to be the trippiest event of the year.
Watch D∆WN's live performance this Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST.
[h/t The Verge]