Google Jump Uses a 16-camera Rig From GoPro

Google Jump Uses a 16-camera Rig From GoPro

Google partnered with action camera pioneer GoPro previous this year on a fresh virtual reality effort called Jump. Better referred to as a system perhaps, Jump contains a custom hardware rig known as Odyssey that uses a range of GoPro cameras to fully capture video footage that’s then converted into 360- level video for intake on YouTube.  Odyssey, which contains up to 16 action cameras arranged in a group, was shown off at Google’s I/O meeting in-may first. Today starting, GoPro is accepting registrations from content makers enthusiastic about attempting it out.  First things first, the purchase price. An Odyssey package will cost you an impressive $15, 000 (the 16 GoPro cameras take into account over fifty percent of the price ) that may probably limit it to professional content makers. The kit includes the panoramic catch rig, 16 Hero4 Dark cameras, 16 microSD credit cards, 16 array BacPacs, all the necessary cables and a travel case.  Google partnered with action camera pioneer GoPro previous this year on a fresh virtual reality effort called Leap. Perhaps better referred to as a system, Jump includes a custom hardware rig known as Odyssey that uses a range of GoPro cameras to fully capture video footage that’s then converted into 360- level video for usage on YouTube.  Odyssey, which includes up to 16 action cameras arranged in a group, was initially shown off at Google’s I/O meeting in-may. Starting today, GoPro is accepting registrations from content makers enthusiastic about attempting it out.  First things first, the purchase price. An Odyssey package will cost you an impressive $15, 000 (the 16 GoPro cameras take into account over fifty percent of the price ) that may probably limit it to professional content makers. The kit includes the panoramic catch rig, 16 Hero4 Dark cameras, 16 microSD credit cards, 16 array BacPacs, all the necessary cables and a travel case.  The Odyssey rig is with the capacity of capturing spherical video at up to 8K resolution at 30 fps. The catch rig itself steps 11. 6 inches in diameter, is 2 . 6 inches tall and tips the scales at 14. 5 pounds.  Purchasers also get the software assembler used to stitch all the video videos together digitally.  In the registration web page, GoPro from the rig will be available to qualified candidates due to its limited production run exclusively. November it’ll start shipping in, we’re told.

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