The only 360 I have viewed so far is your's from a couple of weeks ago. Viewing it on my tablet and moving it around was a novel and enjoyable experience and will be how I view 360s going forward. I'm seriously shocked at just how not ready for prime-time these VR goggle devices are. I really hadn't expected the experience to be so incredibly mediocre. The device I used was well focused, comfortable, and was viewing my phone which has a 1440 res screen with good color, so I don't think a more expensive device would have made much difference. Different strokes for different folks, but it's just hard to figure how anyone could seriously like such a completely non-immersive, low image quality, way of viewing.I got the idea that immersion is the reason for the Goggles. From my demo of the OR models a couple years ago, they were awful. Not everyone thought so. The use of panning around in 360 space can be done without the goggles, just by holding up a smart phone with the 360 player app. As you move around the display will change the same as you get with the goggles. Left right up or down. The display pans with your movement. The other way is keeping the screen in one place and you pan around with the touch screen.
I think I mentioned before the 3D was very low res and gave me a headache in a few seconds of use. 360 camera is for me, VR Goggles... Not yet. Wake me up when they look and feel like regular glasses, sun glasses.