720-Degree Allie Camera Can Stream Virtual Reality
J Thoendell stashed this in Oculus
You never really feel like you’re there when you’re stuck watching from whatever angle the camera person chose. Meanwhile, professional virtual reality cameras are way too big or expensive for consumer use. But thanks to new video stitching technology, the new Allie camera from IC Real Tech can turn two 360-degree camera feeds into an “all-D” image that lets you look in any direction you want. You can control the perspective in recorded videos, or even stream live footage. And it costs under $500.
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