The First Look At The 360-Degree Giroptic iO Camera For iPhones

The Giroptic company, a 360-degree vision technology expert, recently announced its newest portable camera which is the Giroptic iO. With its features compatible with Apple devices, people are promised to create and share 360 images seamlessly and even live videos.

A 360-Degree Camera That Makes A Perfect Attachment for the iPhone or iPad

VR cameras for Android phones are launching left and right, leaving iPhone users in the cold. But with the Giroptic iO's latest updates, they can now capture the moments by just adding this dual-lens camera through the lightning port. According to Cnet, the application is designed to be as simple as possible. It also stores everything for easier viewing and sharing. Aside from these, the Girorptic iO also has its own battery, saving the iPhone's from draining.

Giroptic iO's Specs and Features

According to Giroptic, this device has high-quality dual-lens with 2 x 195°, F/1.8, 360° x 360° to capture everything horizontally and vertically. It weighs 2.5 ounces with a width of 2.9 inches and covered with an aluminum casing. All videos have 1920 HD quality at 30 frames per second while the JPEGs have 3,840-pixels wide. Matching these top-of-the-line specs are Giroptic's incredible and user-friendly features. The camera does all the stitching and processing so that sharing photos and videos will be a seamless process. Not only these, live streaming is also possible through compatible social media platforms such as Facebook and YouTube.

What And When To Expect The 360-Degree Giroptic iO Camera?

The company aims to make shooting and sharing experience more exciting by removing barriers present in many applications today. They want to lessen the burden of complex editing, lag time, unhandy processing, as well as unoptimized compatibility with social media platforms.

Beginning January 17, 2017, the Giroptic iO will start shipping all over the world. Online pre-orders is now available via their official website for a price of $250.

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