After reaching the finals of Final Gadget Standing at CES 2017 and being written about over 300 occasions, Hubblo’s bleeding edge prosumer digital camera formally launches on Indiegogo this Tuesday, February 21st at 1:30pm EST.
Hubblo PX6 is the world’s first standalone VR broadcasting system for underneath $1000. Crowdfunding backers can count on PX6 manufacturing in June and transport in July of 2017.
Utilizing biomimicry to simulate immersive 3D vision, and in-hardware (not software) processing, the PX6 affords VR prosumers and lovers a protracted awaited one-click answer that’s about the identical top as an iPhone 6. Join a number of cameras to a live-streaming server and you’ve got a really highly effective, inexpensive VR broadcasting platform that’s appropriate for big events with huge viewers interactions.
That includes 6 x 200° fish-eye lenses in three distinct pairs, 4K decision at 30fps, connectivity through Wi-fi, bluetooth or Micro-USB, as much as 128GB inner storage and a battery that permits for 1 hour of live-streaming with out scrambling for an outlet, you may assume they might’ve skimped a bit on the remainder, however it’s sturdy metal-alloy casing screams in any other case.
Hubblo, nevertheless, isn’t only appears to be like, pace and futuristic tech, it’s additionally a protected wager for backers. The PX6 is being created by a 20+ member staff – led by CEO Eric Tsang – a former Silicon Valley engineer who labored for the likes of OPTi, bFrame Logic and Broadcom. After 10 years within the US, Eric got here again to Shanghai and went on to discovered two startups together with Montage Know-how Group that achieved IPO and a 70+ million greenback valuation.