The Insta360 Pro ensures a seamless stitch using the science of optical flow.
360-degree cameras face a thorny problem: How do you take visual data captured by multiple lenses, facing multiple directions, and then produce a final image that blends all of this information into one seamless whole?
Add on the fact that the various subjects of these lenses may be moving unpredictably — crossing from the field of view of one lens to another and then back again, hovering about the zone where two lenses overlap, or shifting between the foreground and background of a scene at different rates— and the problem gets a whole lot thornier.
It’s a little like trying to solve a jigsaw puzzle where the image on every piece is changing in real time. And it’s the reason you’ve probably seen shots that turn out like this:
Toronto’s CN tower has seen better days.
The Insta360 Pro solves this problem with a cutting-edge stitching technology that’s based on the science of optical flow.
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.