VR and 360 videos are the focus of intense research and competition as broadcasting companies can sense that this type of content is about to become the topic of an intense push by the industry. To explore new ways to capture broadcast-quality 360 videos, Panasonic came up with this 360-degree 4K Real-Time Camera prototype, which can capture four 4K streams simultaneously to form a 360 degrees view.
After announcing VR Editing in Adobe Premiere back in April 2016, Adobe formally introduced the feature a bit later in the spring. Adobe is now on the show floor of Inter Bee 2016 (a professional broadcast trade show in Tokyo, Japan) to demonstrate and promote VR Editing in Japan, a country where 360 cameras have sparked a lot of interest among professionals.
In the live television world and the video/broadcast world, the workflow is critical. Although subtitles and other live graphics/information that appear on TV seem to be simple, the systems driving them isn’t. Many broadcasters still use heavily customized platforms that require some engineering effort for every change and customization. Introduced at Inter Bee 2016, Celio by Nixus aims at making this significantly simpler to empower smaller companies.
At Inter Bee 2016, I stumbled onto the Sphere 5.2 by Wonder Vision. This display setup is designed to be an immersive display which provides a half-sphere projection surface for any kind of imaging content, whether it is video or real-time 3D. The experience was very enjoyable.
DJI has launched the Pro edition of its popular Phantom 4 drone which was actually released earlier this year in March and we got a close up view of it at Inter Bee 2016 in Japan. As the name suggests, this is just an incremental update that adds several new features to the drone. The company has also unveiled a new Inspire 2 drone which has two cameras onboard. The […]
A couple of years ago, DJI launched their Inspire drone and in 2016, it looks like the company is back with its successor, the DJI Inspire 2. Of course there will be quite a few upgrades from its predecessor, but one of the notable changes that DJI has made to the Inspire 2 that sets it apart from the Inspire is the fact that it now sports dual cameras. We […]