Tagged: VR camera

Giroptic iQ will turn your iPhone and iPad into 360-degree VR cam for €250

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Another 360-degree-camera will arrive in consumer market in January 2017 that is offering to turn iPhone and iPad into VR device. Giroptic, a San Francisco-based company has unveiled a small 360-degree camera that provides VR-ready media that can be instantly shared on social media platforms. The camera is of the size of a ping-pong ball and connects to iOS devices through lighting port. The cam offers photos and video recording at a resolution of 4K, which is higher than other competitors in market. Read More…

MySight360 – A hands-free, 4K VR camera with 240° fisheye lens

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A team of self-claimed tech-savvy engineers is currently inviting backers for their crowdfunding campaign. In return, they are offering the “MySight360” – a hands-free, high-definition VR camera with 240 degree frame. It can record videos on 4K quality and connect to user’s smartphone with a simple app via built-in WiFi. User can quickly edit the videos to share on social media or can go live as well. It reminds us of Frodo developed by India-based Next Gear.  Read More…

Nikon’s VR-ready action camera shoots 360-degrees in 4K, arrives next month

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When we talk about action cameras, we do not include Nikon in the same breath as the GoPro or the Ricoh. To bridge this gap, back at the Consumer Electronics Show this year, Nikon had unveiled the KeyMission 360 – a consumer focused 3D action camera with very scanty details. Nikon now has more to divulge. The amazing KeyMission 360, Nikon reveals, can film in 360-degrees in 4K ultra high-definition resolution. The entry level VR camera features NFC, Wi-Fi and has a completely waterproof design. It comes with a pair of 20-megapixel (1/2.3-inch) sensors and touts of features like electronic image stabilization, swappable battery and effective in-camera footage stitching option. Read More…

A 360 degree live VR streaming camera that clips onto any smartphone  

360 degree live VR streaming camera

Do you feel dejected because your smartphone is in capable of shooting in 360-degree virtual reality?  Worry no more, at the Computex trade show in Taipei, ImmerVision and joined hands with Quanta Computers to collaboratively unveil the world’s first 360 degree live VR streaming camera for all smartphones. Still to be named, this device is small enough to fit in the palm of the hand and can attach magnetically to any smartphone under the sun. Read More…

CES 2016: Quantum Leap VR with 16 high-def cameras captures stereoscopic videos in 360-degree

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It was back at the Digital Hollywood event in October last year, when we had the first glimpse of the Quantum Leap VR system. Developed by technology driven company called Reality Lab, the Quantum Leap VR system is a small, cylindrical camera that houses 16 high-definition cameras to shoot stereoscopic images in 360-degree and it’s here at the Consumer Electronics Show, 2016, in Las Vegas. The camera rig is basically designed to support emerging sector of live streaming virtual reality broadcasts. The system enables professional quality delivery of live virtual reality video compatible with all major VR platforms including Oculus Rift and Samsung Gear VR. Read More…

Nokia Ozo Virtual Reality Camera is coming early next year for $60,000

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We first saw the Nokia Ozo – Company’s first product since the mobile phones a few months back. Nokia Ozo is a high-end virtual reality camera that can shoot videos at 360-degree viewing angle. There have been a few 360-degree VR cameras already, and we have also seen custom rigs for the same, but the spherically-shaped Ozo is apart from each of these in both ease of function and deliverables – it’s as Nokia puts it – the ‘world’s first professional virtual reality camera.’ Recently, Nokia unveiled integrated and immersive VR camera at a launch event in Los Angeles and it was here that it gave Ozo $60,000 price tag and shipment date of early 2016. Read More…