Photo by Jordan Curtis Hughes
360 video still blows our minds.
Here at Insta360, we think about 360 cameras all day. And yet, whenever we pause for a few moments, we’re still amazed that it has become so easy to grab whole slices of time — whole chunks of lived experience — and plop them down in someone else’s head.
It’s a powerful type of sharing, and making it easy and accessible to more people is part of what motivates us.
That’s why we were so encouraged to see Dan Smyth’s recent Medium post about his experience with the Insta360 Air. Continue reading
Real-Time Image Stabilization on the Way
The Insta360 Air, a smartphone add-on that instantly turns Android phones into 360-degree cameras, is now on sale across the United States and Europe.
“The Air is what we’re all about — cutting-edge technology that empowers people to capture and share experiences just the way they live them,” said J.K. Liu, CEO and co-founder of Insta360. “We can’t wait to see what the world’s Android users create.”
Android and iOS account for more than 90 percent of the world’s smartphone users, and the release of the Air means all of them can now enjoy seamless 360-degree photography and live-streaming. The Insta360 Nano, launched last year, offers a plug-and-play 360 experience to iPhone users. Continue reading
Insta360 launched the Insta360 Stereo, Insta360 Air for Android, Insta360 Pro–Professional 360° and more at IFA 2016.
With these products you’ll be able to shoot and live-stream hemispherical 3D panoramic and VR video. Plus, the Insta360 Air launch has been confirmed for Android this November, following the success of Insta360 Nano for iPhone.