MySight360 is a hemispherical 360 with a wearable design and electronic stabilization for lifelogging and hands-free operation. Check out the sample videos!
MySight360 has a 240-degree lens angled at around 45 degrees so that the camera can be worn vertically or mounted horizontally. Its hands-free operation allows the user to remain focused on the activity at hand instead of trying to record the event and missing out on it.
Here are the key specifications:
– Video resolution up to 4k
– Photo resolution: 4320 x 2160
– Electronic image stabilization and vertical orientation correction
– Lifelogging mode (will record 10 second clips every 3 minutes).
– Long battery life – 15 hours (LifeLog power management mode)
– Its app can automatically create a highlight video in one touch for instant sharing.
– Weighs only 3 oz. (85 grams)
Here is a sample video from the Mysight360 (the prototype software doesn’t have lens calibration yet hence the two dark corners, which should be addressed in the final version):
Here is a video demonstrating the video stabilization:
Update: a couple more samples that demonstrate the effectiveness of the stabilization. One is on a bike and the other is on a dog.
MySight360 will retail for $299 but will be offered on Kickstarter for $189 (and an early bird price of $169) for delivery in May 2017. UPDATE: the Kickstarter campaign is now live.