Hundreds of years ago before we had much of anything technology wise art was used to tell stories which were then shown to people as a show using illusion to bring the panoramic scene into 360 degrees. The panorama was painted on horizontail handscrolls or othe paint rolls. I have been storytelling on these for several years and found they were awesome viewed with VR headset. I still do not have it set up correctly and I have much to learn about painting in 2D world to have it shine in the virtual world. Any suggestions much appreciated but you might have more fun then you think with art in thIs form. Go to issuu.com and you can see the scrolls and folding albums in their entirety and in 360 or 180 degrees . I publish under Debbi Chan or possibly debbi Saccomanno chan. I have portfolio on fineartamerica.com which can be viewed in 360 or panoramic but think my photography might be better to offer public. I shot much in 180 degrees and even a few in 360. History is definitely coming around. I will purchase Rift and Touch so I can paint with Quill to see what my art looks like but I am still more interested in having 2D stories told in 360. And I have many subjects. Some are better to view in VR world than others but the Van Gogh books for instance offer 70 plus ft each of Van Gogh'S paintings while the app I bought on Oculus of Van Gogh had one. Go enjoy and again I am new at this but the entire history of painted stories on scrolls has been my passion for years and want it to evolve with the new. My work on issuue.com can be downloaded for free. At least for now.