TwoEyes VR Claims To Be The World’s First 360-Degree 4K Video Camera

Posted on Mar 30 2017 - 12:54pm by Brian Atkinson

A new pocket-sized VR camera has just revealed this week in the form of the TwoEyes VR 360 camera which has been created by HunJoo Song based in Los Angeles California.

This mini VR camera has been designed to be the very first Binocular 360 degree VR 4K Camera that is capable of mirroring the view from a human eye and is capable of capturing VR, 3D or 360 degree imagery with ease.


TwoEyes VR 360

TwoEyes VR 360 camera Features

Unlike regular 360-degree camera, the TwoEyes features two pairs of the 180-degree fisheye lenses with f/2.0 aperture which are placed 65mm apart in order that you can use it to capture 360 degrees around just like your eyes would view the world. Using the unique feature, this VR camera is able to record more realistic and stereoscopic 3D or VR videos.

Furthermore, this VR camera comes with two modes: One-eye Mode and Two-eyes Mode. Using built-in gyro sensor, this mini camera detect how you’re holding your TwoEyes VR and automatically switch between the two modes, and in Two-eyes Mode, you can also record realistic 3D video.

Moreover, the VR camera also features a 4K processor and 1GB RAM so it supports 4K video recording at 30fps and 8000 x 8000 resolution stills. Built-in WiFi and Bluetooth 4.1 allow it to wirelessly connect with your smartphone or tablet for remote control and easy video sharing. In addition, other features include 128GB internal storage and 2000mAh rechargeable battery.

TwoEyes VR 360 camera Design

TwoEyes VR is an innovative and advanced binocular 360-degree VR camera that measures 98 x 35 x 40mm and weighs 200g. The 360-degree camera boasts a minimal and ultra compact form factor that allows you to take it anywhere you go, and smooth exterior, matte finish deliver a comfortable and firm grip during any video recording session. Moreover, its tripod hole enables you to attach the mini camera to a tripod for more sturdy recording.

TwoEyes VR 360 camera Price

The crowdfunding campaign for TwoEyes is ongoing via Kickstarter. Pledging $200 will let you own the binocular 4K VR camera. It’ll be shipped in August this year.