360fly, the world’s only single-lens camera capturing stitchless 360-degree video with interactive and virtual reality viewing capabilities, will send team members to guest speak at the first-ever 360-degree film school at the University of Irvine in Orange County, CA.
Hosted by MonsterVR, the sold out two-day workshop on December 5th and 6th aims to teach and educate VR enthusiasts and aspiring professionals how to capture, edit and finish 360-degree video, and the company hopes to hold more classes in the near future. More information about the VR Film School can be found here
With a single lens, 360fly has a field of view of 240-degrees vertical by 360-degrees horizontal. The HD, interactive video allows viewers to immerse themselves within the video by clicking, dragging or swiping – for a truly unique viewing experience that allows the viewer select which part of the action they wish to watch.
360fly is the first consumer option for creating virtual reality content, as the 360fly mobile app (free on Android and iOS) allows users to shoot, edit and share content, and view the 360-degree video in VR mode by pairing the mobile device with Google Cardboard VR Goggles.
360fly retails for $399 and is available for purchase at Best Buy stores nationwide.