YI Technology has launched a new pocket -sized camera which combines a number of fantastic features in a small form factor including the ability to capture 360-Degree 5.7K virtual reality footage as well as 4K instant in-device stitching, and 2.5K live-streaming.
The new YI 360 VR will be made available to purchase in a few months time during June 2017 and will be priced at $399 And is equipped with a Ambarella VR SOC H2V95 chip as well as 220-degree lenses combined with a pair of 12MP SONY IMX377 CMOS sensors.
Sean Da, CEO of YI Technology explained more in today’s press release:
Virtual reality is exciting. It promises a whole new range of opportunities for creating and sharing truly immersive experiences. But it can also be really intimidating. For VR to truly take off it has to be easy and fun. At YI Technology, we challenge ourselves to bring the most innovative technologies together in a way that is simple, enjoyable and useful for anyone, from kids to professionals.
VR is no exception. Too many of today’s solutions are exciting in theory but really complicated in practice. That is why we worked so hard to perfect YI 360 VR. Using the best components, rigorous industrial design and many years of testing, we eliminated the cables, confusing interfaces and bulky components and added 5.7K fidelity, 4K in-device stitching and 2.5K live-streaming, all in a handy, affordable package so everyone can share exciting moments live, from any angle.
For more information on the new YI 360 VR camera jump over to the official press release website for details by following the link below.
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