Social Animal Unveils HD 360º Interactive Video Technology for Mapping and Virtual Tours

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Hollywood-based Social Animal is a 360º video technology innovator. On Wednesday, March 31, at the popular O’Reilly Where2.0 conference, Social Animal’s CEO, Tyler Malin, will demonstrate how virtual tours and mapping can leverage the company’s next-generation video technology to create life-like virtual experiences that entrice and engage audiences.

Social Animal, a 360-degree video technology innovator, today announced that Tyler Malin, CEO of Social Animal, will present at the popular O’Reilly Where 2.0 conference in San Jose, California on Wednesday, March 31 at 12:10 p.m. during the Launch Pad in Ballroom III-VI. Social Animal will also exhibit at Where Fair at 7:00-8:30 p.m. later the same day.

“Social Animal’s 360-degree interactive video system delivers life-like panoramic videos,” said Brady Forrest, O’Reilly Media Where 2.0 Chair. “Their cinema-quality videos add a new dimension to mapping solutions. We are excited to have Social Animal speak and demo their technology at Where 2.0 this year.”

The sixth Where 2.0 is a must-attend conference for anyone working with location-enabled devices, mobile phone apps, open source platforms, and geospatial software. Social Animal will demonstrate how virtual tours and mapping can leverage its next-generation HD 360-degree interactive technology to create richer experiences that entrice and engage audiences.

About Social Animal
Founded in 2008, Social Animal is the creator of High Definition (HD) interactive 360-degree videos for commercial and creative applications. The company builds next-generation interactive technology that leverages the social power of the web to create more personalized and engaging brand experiences. 360-degree video is Social Animal’s first release, a format that increases involvement, interaction, intimacy and influence--all hallmarks of audience engagement. For further information, visit

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