With a new version with 4K 30fps video by end of year. And right now it can do live streaming from its four lenses at 1920 x 1080 at 30fps.
Live video stream:
Remote control via tablet or phone:
This is the camera providing the stream, above the booth:
Mounted as a car dashcam:
It’s running Android, and this is the status screen:
MicroSD card slot, microUSB port, microHDMI-out port:
And the specs of the current model:
While not specifically for VR, it’s probably a matter of software adapting it for that use. The hardware certainly seems capable.
And with 4K 30fps in the next model, it only goes to show what I’ve said on Twitter more than once: Nokia’s OZO is US$60,000. China will produce something almost like it for far, far less by the end of this year.
And now the video:
4K 360degree camera with 4 lens
Well done again, Charbax!
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