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Discover the World’s First True 3D 360° Camera

Project Beyond  by Samsung's ThinkTankTeam is the world’s first true 3D 360° camera. Beyond captures and streams omniview videos in stunning high-resolution 3D. The Project Beyond camera is not a product (yet) but the project currently under development produced its first operational version of the device. Although TTT won’t have the camera for sale immediately, the content generated from Project Beyond will be available to every Samsung Gear VR user immediately. This way, you will not have to wait to teleport around the world with your Gear VR. They have already taken the Beyond camera system to places around the San Francisco Bay area, and plan to take it around the world, giving viewers the ability to teleport to amazing places in an instant...

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Project Beyond

The small Project Beyond camera head includes 8 stereoscopic pairs of camera covering the whole 360° scene around its center. The integrated electronics do the complex "multiple 3D-aware image stitching" process in real time.

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Visit the Project Beyond web site for more info.

Samsung Gear VR

The Samsung Gear VR helmet is based on Oculus technology and has its own web site too. The Gear VR will be availalbe in December for $199, or $249 with bluetooth. The Gera VR is an accessory to be connected to a Galaxy Note 4 phone-tablet.

About the ThinkTankTeam

ThinkTankTeam is a small team of interdisciplinary researchers, scientists, designers and engineers located in San Jose. They are passionate about inventing experience-centric future products and technologies and aim for realworld impact by turning disruptive concepts into products that connect objects, environments, information and people. TTT is hiring: They seek talented and passionate researchers, designers and engineers to join the TTT team. Areas of work include electrical engineering, optics, computational imaging, robotics, machine learning, natural language processing, visual design, computational graphics, material science, biochemistry, and others.