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Digital Trends | July 21, 2018
HumanEyes announced details on a new consumer 360-degree camera, the Vuze XR. It’s a compact, dual-lens camera with an integrated handle and a neat party trick: The back-to-back lenses can flip forward to transition from 360-degree two-dimensional video, to 180-degree three-dimensional video.The company’s previous Vuze VR camera (which we found to be a good performer in our review) focused on combining 360-degree immersive video with stereoscopic 3D, but this resulted in a rather lar...
Variety | July 28, 2018
I’m sweating, dizzy, and nauseous, and my phone is warning me that it is overheating. What a way to relive my vacation.Lenovo recently sent me a review unit of its new Mirage camera, which takes 180-degree 3D photos and videos. I decided to bring the camera along to my family’s recent trip to Europe to put it to the test and figure out how well it works as an everyday point-and-shoot.Before I explain why the results made me feel queasy, a few basic facts about the device: Lenovo firs...
FierceVideo | December 10, 2018
MediaKind, the media services company spun off from Ericsson, says it has a first on its hands after a recent multichannel 6K 360-degree livestream of a basketball game.Working with Deutsche Telekom, Tiledmedia and Magnum Film, MediaKind livestreamed a recent match between Telekom Baskets Bonn and EWE Baskets Oldenburg from the Telekom Dome in Bonn, Germany, to customers of Deustche Telekom’s commercial Magenta VR service via a consumer app.Deutsche Telekom commissioned Magnum Film for the...
Venturebeat | January 09, 2019
Realmax has officially taken its AR/VR ambitions from dream to reality, having evolved its Qian headset from an intriguing prototype at the 2018 CES to actual production hardware at the 2019 CES. And unlike so many of the devices shown each year at CES, Qian actually contains some compelling differentiators: It’s lightweight, tetherless, and offers a very wide-angle video display by augmented reality headset standards.Co-developed by a former Microsoft executive and a Chinese company with ...
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