The Indiegogo campaign has a few days to go and eCapture Technologies is currently 90% funded of their $20,000USD flexible goal.
After a successful crowdfunding campaign back in 2016 for the LyfieEye add-on camera for mobile devices, eCapture Technologies is back with the LyfieEye200 360° VR/AR camera.
As you can see in the video above, the LyfieEye200 attaches to your Android smartphone via Micro-USB or a USB Type-C adapter. The small and light 360⁰ camera allows you to capture 360⁰ HD images, videos, and livestreams to social media.
With dual fish-eye lens (>180° Field Of View per lens) and real-time image stitching, LyfieEye200 captures full 360° images, so nothing and no one is out of shot. With 3K stills and videos, the camera boasts professional resolution at an everyday price.
The companion application allows for easy viewing and editing of recorded videos and images. Two additional apps allow for VR images and AR audio experiences using mapping and deep learning technology.
The duo LyfieRoam and LyfieStroll apps makes it possible for anyone to create virtual worlds and augmented reality maps, both indoors and outdoors. Scan any area, insert text, videos or 3D models to virtually ‘float’ in front of your favorite places or a specific area to augment reality.
eCapture Technologies is also offering up a number of optional accessories to make webcast and streaming easier. These accessories include the LyfieFoot laptop connection, LyfieStand table stand, Lyfie Pouch, and a number of different cable extensions.
The Indiegogo campaign has a few days to go and eCapture Technologies is currently 90% funded of their $20,000USD flexible goal. A number of early bird specials are still available which offer the LyfieEye200 for as low as $89USD depending on the package you select. As with any crowdfunding campaign, there is a risk supporting them. We’ve recently heard about several that we’ve written about that have failed or are having issues. Our reporting on Indiegogo campaigns does not mean we support or are affiliated with them. Support at your own risk.