GIROPTIC 360cam Offers Rapid and Easy Sharing Of 360 Images On Facebook

The GIROPTIC 360cam will enable users to upload photos directly to Facebook without after-processing.

Lille, France, June 9, 2016 – GIROPTIC, the company that produced the world’s first HD 360 camera, announced today that 360 photos can be shared and viewed directly on Facebook.

Due to ground-breaking technology that stitches images instantly within the camera, using the GIROPTIC 360cam and accompanying app is one of the fastest and easiest ways to share 360-degree content on the Facebook platform. Now, a GIROPTIC 360cam user’s 360 photos can be seen by their friends and family via Facebook around the world.

Users can also download their footage to their computer using the 360cam Studio app for Windows and Mac and share to Facebook directly from the app. With a RSP of $499, GIROPTIC 360cam is currently fulfilling early pre-orders and shipping to backers and can be pre-ordered now for shipment this summer.

“As a company, our goal has always been to allow consumers to easily take their own 360-degree content and share it with their personal networks, allowing their friends and family to get an immersive view on their experiences,” said Richard Ollier, co-founder and CEO of GIROPTIC. “We’re thrilled 360 photo support is coming to Facebook just in time for Giroptic users to share all those unforgettable summer moments in their 360-degree glory. From a day at the beach to a family reunion to a visit to the Eiffel Tower, Facebook friends far and near will be able to view and experience these moments from every angle. It’s a groundbreaking moment for the emerging 360 industry and its accessibility to consumers.”

About the 360cam
The GIROPTIC 360cam has three wide angle optics, three microphones and produces video footage at a resolution of 2K (2048 x 1024) at up to 30 frames per seconds and 4K pictures (4096 x 2048). On the move, the 360cam gyroscope delivers superior 360° image stabilization. Real-time stitching eliminates the need for post-production or specific software; images and video are recorded as standard files such as mp4 /h264 for videos and jpg for pictures. Time lapse video or photo burst modes allow users to capture the moments they wish with a creative twist, and livestreaming lets friends and family share instantly in real time through live streaming platforms. Additional accessories for the 360cam, including an Ethernet Adaptor and an innovative Light Bulb Adaptor, allow more options to enhance its livestreaming capabilities.


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