Hubblo Announces 360-Degree VR Camera That Makes Streaming 4K In 3D Portable, By Dean Takahashi

Hubblo is launching a new 360-degree camera to enable personal virtual reality broadcasting.

Hong Kong-based Hubblo is announcing the Hubblo VR camera — a 3D livestreaming device that can stream at 4K — at CES 2017, the big tech trade show in Las Vegas this week. The all-in-one camera will shoot 4K video and debut for $1,000.

“Hubblo makes it simple for anyone to virtually share an experience and communicate at the same time,” says Hubblo founder and CEO Eric Tsang, in a statement. “Artists, performers, event hosts, and anyone who wants to expand their audience beyond a physical location can simply do it with the push of a button.”

The Hubblo VR camera’s triangular design delivers 360 degrees of panoramic vision with three pairs of 200-degree fish-eye cameras. Dedicated sensors on each camera provide a high level of image-capture. Stereoscopic output accounts for left and right eye movement, creating true-to-life depth perception for a fully immersive 3D experience.

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