LucidCam is a virtual reality camera which is portable in size, easily slips into your pocket and allows the users to record a 180 degree video footage. Previously, LucidCam has successfully launched its Kickstarter campaign and raised funds because of it, but now this VR camera with stereoscopic 3D technology is now focusing on sports and training, as reported by company’s CEO Han Jin, this week.
During one of the interviews at the Future of Tennis & Tech session during the US Open, Han Jin explained how tennis players could easily benefit themselves by using LucidCam to capture their swing in virtual reality. It can prove to be helpful during training routines and can also alter any flaws, leading to players perfection.
“It’s a like a GoPro for VR which can capture immersive experiences from the perspective of the person worn or from the perspective where the camera is placed,” he added.
With the dimensions of 131mm x 67.3mm x 25mm /8oz (225g), the pocket-sized camera can be placed almost anywhere, and can be even worn by the player if there’s any need as such. It is simple to used by anyone, smart to capture anything and scalable to combine anytime.
It has upto 1.5 hours of battery life, WiFi support for live-streaming with a image quality in 2K, 3K and 4K. It offers an internal memory of 32GB with a 2GB RAM. LucidCam can support microSD, micro USB and HDMI Port Output.
It can be used to create a 3D immersive experiences in Virtual Reality within seconds, capture and share images and videos by pairing LucidCam with mobile devices.
It is available at a price of $499 currently.