ByLinky Johnson 2019-04-27 406
Therefore, the offer of solutions for capturing images and for their own sharing is evolving. And surely Pilot Era is a good example of this. This camera promises to be a precious help to all creatives, adapting to numerous scenarios. In addition, it is preparing to enter into a collective financing campaign, in Indiegogo.
The Pilot Era, not being a smartphone as we currently identify them, is also not a mere camera that captures 360º image. This equipment, besides the own capture of image, has software that allows editing and sharing of video of direct form. That is, it is not necessary to transfer all images to a computer, everything can be done in the camera itself.
Hence the brand name this smartphone camera, even because it allows connection to the 4G network using a SIM card. It also allows connection to the 802.11a / b / g / n / ac Wi-Fi network.
Over the last few years we have seen important advances in the creation of content associated with virtual reality. But, unlike other areas of technology, this seems to be somewhat stagnant.
Pisofttech, the company responsible for Pilot Era, says it also wants to make a difference in this area with its camera. In this way, it encourages the creation of dedicated content.
One of the promises of this camera is the possibility of making live broadcasts on the main platforms in a simple way. That is, the user does not need to be a technology expert to get the camera to transmit. YouTube and Facebook are two good examples compatible with the camera for live broadcasts, which can be made to a maximum quality of 4K at 30fps.
Everything that is captured can be edited directly from the equipment and shared. And that's the brand's big bet.
The Pilot Era, with its potentialities and ease of use, takes place in several environments:
Concerts, Festivals, Conferences, Fairs - large-scale public events have the ideal content for 360-degree transmissions for virtual reality equipment. We have already seen many attempts in this direction. However, in fact, the market still lacks simple solutions, where perhaps this camera fits.
Journalism, Breaking News, Demonstrations, Catastrophes - these are some more scenarios where a solution of these can make sense. The news is more and more last minute. In this sense, sharing the whole vision of the scenario where the news is happening is always something in favor of the audience.
Constructions, remote monitoring, redemptions - it's not just for online content creators that this camera can be useful.
Google StreetView - one of the bets of this camera is the sharing of content to Google StreetView instantly. There is thus no need for editing on the computer and all the necessary interaction with the map since it also includes GPS.
The price of Pilot Era is already known. The Indiegogo platform will arrive on May 7 for the price of 1999 dollars (less 600 dollars than its final price). In addition, those who register on the official website can still qualify for a discount of 800 dollars. Whoever buys the camera through Indiegogo will receive it the following month.
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