After previously raising funds via a successful Kickstarter campaign the LucidCam virtual reality camera with stereoscopic 3D technology is now focusing on sports and training the company’s CEO Han Jin has revealed this week.
During an interview at the Future of Tennis & Tech session during the US Open, Jin explained how tennis players could use the camera to capture their swings in virtual reality allowing them to visualise themselves during training and tweak any faults to improve their precision.
The small virtual reality camera is small enough to be mounted almost anywhere and can even be worn by the player or athlete if required. Features of the LucidCam virtual reality camera :
– 131mm x 67.3mm x 25mm /8oz (225g)
– Up to 1.5-hours Battery
– Images and Video in 2K, 3K, and 4K
– Wifi Supported for Livestream
– 32GB Internal, Up to 32GB microSD, 2GB RAM
– Stereo audio with dual mics
– Field of View 180° x 180°
– Fixed F/2.2 Aperture
– Micro SD Supported
– Micro USB Supported
– HDMI Port Output