Hubblo is a 3D 360 camera with realtime stitching.
I don’t have a lot of info about it yet, but here are the key specs:
– three pairs of lenses (6 lenses total) in a triangular configuration
– realtime stitching
– video resolution: 4k @ 30 fps
– video can be livestreamed via Wi-Fi or recorded to Micro SD.
– the video can be viewed on VR headsets such as the Oculus Rift (reviewed here) and Samsung Gear VR (reviewed here).
– the camera is “portable”
It appears that the Hubblo will be offered on Indiegogo in Q1 2017 for $999.
Here is the official website. Hubblo will be at CES and I will be checking out their booth. They will have a demo available and I will post about how well it works. UPDATE: here are my hands-on impressions from CES!
Thank you very much to Pepe Vazquez for bringing this to my attention!
Hubblo’s first 4k 3D 360 video sample has been posted!
CES 2017: Hands-on with Hubblo, a 4K 3D 360 camera with realtime stitching for $999
Hubblo wants to know: what kinds of sample shots do you want to see?
Hubblo VR teaser videos