If you want to make a VR video camera overlay that you can share with your friends and family, you’ll need a camera.

You’ll need one with a good enough sensor to capture video.

You might also need a low-cost VR camera that can capture video in high-definition.

And you might want to look into making a VR headset that supports a camera in the same way as a normal headset.

If you can, you should.

VR video has the potential to radically transform the way we see the world.

The potential is obvious: The world is filled with objects and scenes that could never have been seen before with conventional cameras.

And the world could look a lot different if a few hundred billion people in the world had access to VR.

In this guide, we’ll show you how to make your own VR video cameras, including one that can record 1080p video at 60 frames per second.

We’ll also show you some tools you’ll want to try out in your VR video capture.