Discover Janus 360, a new drone able to take pictures and videos that, once assembled and processed, can offer immersive 3D experiences and 360° videos.
Virtual Reality is a disruptive emerging technology which has dramatically improved in the last few years.
It’s now transforming industries such as cinematography, tourism, advertising, sports & sports training, gaming, design & architecture, construction, real estate and many others.
As technology advances, price points decline, and a new marketplace of business and consumer applications hits the market, Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality have the potential to become a game-changing and multi-billion-dollar industry – and soon! Heather Bellini of Goldman Sachs Research expects virtual and augmented reality to become an $80 billion market by 2025, roughly the size of the desktop PC market today.
Drone Volt, a French company specializing in manufacturing, and marketing civilian drones for professional use, has just launched Janus 360 – a new drone able to capture spectacular aerial images used (after video processing) in virtual reality playback systems, goggles or helmets.
Janus 360, equipped with ten 4K cameras spread over 2 heads, is able to take pictures and videos that, once assembled and processed, provide an immersive 3D experience for virtual tours and 360° videos.
Dimitri Batsis, President of Drone Volt, announced: “The audiovisual market currently represents 80% of Drone Volt’s customers. We find it necessary to provide innovative and futuristic solutions to our customers, so we have developed Janus 360, the first drone dedicated to virtual reality; with 2 heads and with 5 cameras on each allowing a fantastic 360° result. One of the major strengths of our model is the ability to shoot in the air at 360° without any elements of the drone, such as propellers or landing gear appearing in the image”.
Janus 360’s specs:
- 10 4K cameras
- 15 minute flight time
- 150 GB of images per flight
- HD live video
- Approved for S1, S2, S3
- Full 360°
- Double stabilize heads