Allie present its new Action Cam Camera Allie Go 360×360 and virtual reality headsets at CES 2016
Allie Cam by IC Real Tech, presents in 2016 two new products: the video camera Allie Go portable action 360×360 and Allie VR headsets. These teams are added to the IC720 professional security system and the system of monitoring cameras and virtual reality Allie Home.
During the past year, the company’s products and Allie Home IC720 have received a very good reception by the ability to capture images with a range of 360 degrees horizontally and vertically. The navigation of the camera is very user friendly and requires only moving the control in the air or using finger gestures on the screen. The application of the video camera is the first that lets you share videos and photos on Facebook and 360 streaming make UGC (User Generated Content) to virtual reality headset Oculus Rift.
Allie new action Go is a portable video camera, which uses technology 360×360 company for displays live streaming via Wi-Fi. It is the size of a ball and can easily be mounted in any team sport or catch on clothing or a helmet. It is a camera designed to accompany and record images during sports, adventure or entertainment.The camera has two built-in microphones, a speaker, storage capacity and a rechargeable battery.
The images taken by the Allie Go camera can also instantly share to Facebook or to stream live to the Oculus Rift VR headset. Users can also access the Go Allie Channel where they can view videos captured on camera by users. Allie Go is priced at $ 599 and will ship in mid-2016.
Allie VR Headset is compatible with smartphones of 3.5 “to 5.7” are mounted on the end of the headset. Allie VR application and the optical system included in the device work together to achieve an immersive experience when viewing images of Allie video cameras, as well as other 3D movies, games and other videos. The team has a precision optical system with clear images and high definition. Allie VR will cost $ 59 and will start selling from January 2016.
Finally, the familiar Allie Cardboard VR Headset, which uses Google Cardboard design. The headset can be used with all Allie cameras as well as other sources of virtual reality video. The headset is already sold in 225 retailers Brookstone at a price of $ 25.
IC Real Tech continues to generate collaborations and partnerships with major companies to develop their technology. For several years it has collaborated with Qualcomm to use its Snapdragon chipsets in their Allie and IC720 cameras.
Allie Home camera has also received YouTube support for ease of uploading videos to YouTube UGC 360. The contents can be viewed on any device or computer.
Finally, it is noted that Facebook has been working with IC Real Tech to create a “Publish to Facebook” application to enable users to share their contents 360.