Earlier this year, Facebook launched Spaces, a social VR experience that lets you and your friends interact with each other in virtual reality. Now, the company is ready to introduce a new aspect of Spaces by merging it with another Facebook product: Facebook Live. That's right; starting today, anyone with an Oculus Rift can livestream directly from Facebook Spaces, letting anyone and everyone have a peek inside your VR universe.

To do this, you'll access a new virtual tool in Spaces that looks like a tablet. Pick it up, hit the "go live" button, and it'll livestream your VR world to your Facebook feed where you friends and family can view it. You can then show off various Spaces experiences like traveling through vacation photos, watching a video together or interacting with fellow VR buddies. The tablet, according to Spaces' head of product management Mike Booth, essentially acts as a "magic mirror" of sorts that gives you a view of what everyone will see when they look at the livestream. Think of it as a virtual camera viewfinder.