From the GoPro Omni to the Lytro Immerge to everything in between, we’ve seen a growing number of 360-degree cameras for capturing VR-ready content. And, yes, you can probably mount some of them on your favorite drones for shooting 360-degree aerial videos. Of course, you can make your life simpler by just using the Exo360, an upcoming drone with integrated cameras that shoot spherical aerial footage.
Armed with five cameras (four horizontal, one vertical), the drone shoots five sets of footage that can be electronically stitched into a single 360-degree video after each session. Stitching is done via a software integrated into the drone (you can activate it once you retrieve the drone), with the final footage stored on the onboard SD card, so you simply insert that into a computer for performing any modifications.
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