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Chinese company offers virtual reality in 3-D, 360 degrees

By Wang Kaihao | | Updated: 2016-10-24 15:45

A Chinese virtual-reality facility manufacturer recently released its new-generation product, which its says can lead the country's industry into a development level.

On Oct 20, the VR-shooting facility Go!Pano was released by 7D Vision, which supports the capture of 360-degree panoramic VR content in three dimensions, a first for a Chinese company.

Simultaneous augmented-reality technology is also employed for live broadcast of music concerts or sports events.

According to Yin Yuanjiang, CEO of 7D Vision, the new equipment will lower the barrier to make VR contents and allow more individual users to begin VR live broadcasts in the future.

Go!Pano S1, a personal-user version of the new product, will be sold via beginning on Nov 20 at a price of 9,999 yuan ($1,479).


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