Walkabout Worlds has demonstrated a 360 video with six degrees of freedom (you can walk around in it), captured with a consumer 360 camera!
360 videos are sometimes called VR videos or 360 VR videos to the chagrin of [real] VR developers. The truth is that 360 videos are not VR, because you can look around (3 degrees of freedom) but it does not have 6 degrees of freedom. Your perspective does not change if you move up/down, left/right, or forward/backward.
At CES 2017, Intel demonstrated a true VR video that has 6 degrees of freedom, which is captured using a 360 camera rig equipped with LiDAR for volumetric video capture capability. See this demo.
Walkabout Worlds, however, has managed to create a 360 video with 6 degrees of freedom, using a consumer 360 camera. Here is their demo video: