Thanks for looking into it. There's several advantages to using still images in a video format as a 360 slideshow.
The resolution is obviously going to fantastic, limited by the audience Internet bandwidth, not the limitations of the camera. The other advantage is the videographer (I'll use the term digital artist) can control the flow of the information (image and sound) and help the viewer experience the space in a good way. The viewer can also interact with the slideshow and focus in on what is interesting to them.
There's a whole new range of skills that 360 digital artists need to develop. there's also a range of technical challenges that need to be overcome. I think 360 digital artists are still figuring out how to adapt standard video story techniques into 360 video stories.
Much more so than with standard videos, the 360 digital artists needs to let the audience interact with the video at their own pace and each experience will be unique.
IMO, the 360 slideshow is a better learning ground for these techniques.
Thanks for sharing the results of your innovative work. I look forward to more updates.