There has been rumours about Samsung as the next company which will produce a 360-degree camera kit for virtual reality video, and now that time has arrived.
The Samsung Gear 360 has been unveiled by a popular media company and we’re officially it will bec released by the Korean company at MWC during the 21st February Unpacked event.
As per the available information, the Gear 360 will have its own battery, which will let it work independently. It will have a different remote viewfinder app, known as Gear 360 Gallery. That encompasses features like HDR, exposure management, white balance and ISO settings, live view and the capacity to toggle between 360 and 180 degree views. There would also be different view types known as VR view, dual view, panoramic view. This device will also be packed with a time lapse mode and looping video choice.
Maximum resolution will be at 3840 x 1920 in dual lens 360-degree setting and 1920 x 1920 in single lens 180-degree setting.
Users can view the live feed via a connected smartphone. It is not yet confirmed whether that smartphone can also be in Gear VR, while viewing the live feed in real-time 360-degree mode.
We’re expecting that the complete details of the the Gear 360 will be made official by Samsung in the Unpacked event on 21st February that starts from 19:00 CET.