VR is a thing. Today, right now, you can use VR gear to play games, watch movies in your own private theater, and even design your kitchen. So why isn’t everyone creating VR content?
Because making VR content is hard. You need special cameras, special software, and special knowhow. That’s slowly changing, but Kodak’s PIXPRO shows it will be quite some time before Peoria is uploading footage to YouTube 360.
The PIXPRO SP360 4K is a pint-sized 360 camera. Smaller than a Rubik’s Cube, it has a monster lens that devours video with a huge 235 degree viewing angle. The camera features a 12-megapixel sensor and can capture ultra high-def 4K video at 30 frames per second. You can make a pretty neat video with one camera, but shooting 360-degree video in every direction (including beneath you), requires two of them. The Dual Pro Pack bundle includes two cams and a mounting…