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Google Yi Halo 3D VR Camera

Google Yi Halo 3D VR Camera Announced: Brings 17 4K Cameras

Google and Chinese imaging company Yi Technology have jointly announced Yi Halo 3D VR Camera.  The Yi Halo is the second camera based on Jump, a VR technology product from Google for professional productions. Recently, Yi Technologies had also launched the Yi 4K+ Action Camera which can record 4K videos @60FPS.

The Yi Halo 3D VR Camera comprises of 17 4K action cameras, including one optimally-placed Up camera. The Yi Halo can capture 8K by 8K stereoscopic 360-degree VR footage at 30 frames per second (FPS), or 6K by 6K at 60 FPS. It weighs less than 8 pounds (3.5 kg approx.) and its internal battery lasts for 100 minutes.

The Jump team partners with top camera manufacturers to build professional, high-quality VR cameras. Footage from those cameras runs through the Jump Assembler, which uses computer vision algorithms to create 3D 360 video.

There is an Android app that acts as a remote control and features a live preview tool, with the device also featuring a small screen with the status of each camera, battery life, and other stats.

Yi Halo 3D VR Camera Pricing

The Yi Halo is the second Jump camera from Google, after the GoPro Odyssey. The Yi Halo 3D VR Camera will go on sale starting this summer for $16,999, with units already available for select creators.

About Shobhit Aggarwal

Shobhit Aggarwal
Shobhit Aggarwal is the founder of Gadgets Parade. He is a tech geek from over a decade. He is very passionate to know more about new improvements in the tech world and tries to adapt it as much as possible. His first goal is to suggest his viewers with the best technology which the money can buy and also which can ease their life. Second, he wants everyone to get updated with the technological news as the world is adopting technology so fast, in almost every field. His suggestions and reviews are based on his understand and experience, they are totally unbiased.

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