TwoEyes 360-degree VR Camera

Here is a VR camera that captures images using two pairs of fisheye lenses 65mm apart for a more comfortable VR experience. Videos captured with the TwoEyes camera can be viewed on VR headsets, smartphones, and computer monitors.

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When held horizontally, the camera records in binocular mode. The recordings can be viewed immediately on your smartphone. You can catch more info about it at CES.

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