This VR video app allows you to shoot virtual reality videos using just two smartphones. The Camarada app developed by Aimfire lets you take stereoscopic 3D video with two mobile devices. Described as "the poor folks' way to do VR" by Venture Beat's Dean Takahashi, Camarada is making VR technology more accessible to consumers, and therefore, more likely to be used.
The VR video app converts smartphones into dynamic camera arrays, which are typically used to shoot virtual reality video, but are expensive and not very portable. Camarada is able to synchronize and link smartphone cameras to create VR videos without needing intervention from users. The flexible solution could fill a lack of user-generated VR content.
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VR Video App Camarada is Making VR Content More Accessible to Consumers
- By: Alyson WyersFeb 1, 2017