Insta360 One R 360 Rumors

Rumor: ALLie is working on a standalone 360 camera

ALLie has a 360-degree camera for your home, but it appears that ALLie is working on a standalone camera as well.

The ALLie Cam is a camera that can livestream in 360 degrees (fully spherical).  It has two fisheye lenses, each paired with an 8-megapixel sensor.  It captures video at true 4k resolution (4096 x 2048), with no blind spots.  It stitches the images in realtime and can livestream to a smartphone via its app, or to YouTube or Facebook. You can check out the impressive image quality of its video samples:

The ALLie is designed to be used at a home or business, and requires being plugged to a power outlet and a stable Wi-Fi connection.  However, it is possible to use it mobile by using a portable USB charger, a USB to Type N power cable, and a Wi-Fi signal (e.g. smartphone hotspot).  Using this method, ALLie has demonstrated that it can be used even on a race car.

Fortunately, this is only a temporary solution, and ALLie appears to be working on a standalone camera.  I don’t have any other information about the standalone camera at this time.  But hopefully it provides the same excellent image quality that the ALLie Cam has, and perhaps even livestreaming.

About the author

Mic Ty

Add Comment

Click here to post a comment

Leave a Reply. Please allow time for the comment to appear after moderation.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.