YouTube is getting the ability to play 360-degree videos on TV sets, using a remote to navigate the scene. To bolster the launch, the service is also rolling out live 360-degree videos if you truly want to live in the moment. The service is still trying to beat Twitch at live streams, too. At Google I/O, the company revealed a new Super Chat APIs – ‘Super Chat’ being YouTube’s term for donations – that allows your digital pounds to do things in the creator’s real world studio, such as shutting off lights or enabling a drone. Sounds complicated.