GoPro Odyssey

Sep 11, 2015

Category: Tech

The GoPro HERO4 is cool and all, but do you know what’s even better? 16 of them. The GoPro Odyssey uses 16 HERO4’s set inside one right that is capable of capturing immersive content in 8K30 video, allowing viewers to move the camera angle to whatever they’d like.

It records 360 degree 3D video with a depth perspective unmatched by others like it on the market, allowing for incredibly realistic playback on VR devices. The cameras sit in the Odyssey panoramic capture rig, which is specifically designed to withstand the rigors of professional use. Each kit also comes with 16 microSD cards and a Pelican Case for safe keeping. After video is recorded with the device, footage is then uploaded to the Jump assembler to deliver an engaging experience in every direction for viewers. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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