Lucid is shifting away from the hardware business. The company is now licensing its 3D Fusion AI-based depth sensing technology to device manufactureres.
Farewell, Microsoft Kinect. We hardly knew ye. Well, we knew ye pretty well actually, but farewell just the same.
Samsung announced a new camera dubbed the 360 Round to "provide VR specialists with a durable and manageable solution for capturing, viewing, and editing VR content."
The company that makes the Vuze VR (360, 3D) camera, HumanEyes, built companion software for the camera called HumanEyes Studio.
We’ve been tracking Humaneye’s Vuze camera for some time. Finally, the 3D, 360-degree camera is available to the general public.
The preorder window for the 360-degree Vuze camera has opened, and with it comes a discussion about the role of software in creating 360-degree/virtual reality/3D video.
We watched and learned as the Wargaming team—the guys behind "World of Tanks," among other titles—figured out how to shoot a WWII battleship in 360-degree video.
GoPro revealed GoPro VR today at the NAB Show in Las Vegas. It consists of a 360-degree rig for GoPro cameras, spherical video stitching software, and a platform to share and view 360 video content.
The Boson, FLIR System’s advanced thermal imaging camera core, will integrate the Myriad 2 VPU thanks to a collaboration with Movidius.
At MWC 2016 Samsung announced its first consumer-grade 360-video camera, the Gear 360, designed to work with the new Galaxy S7 and S7 edge phones.
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