By Hyunjin Choi

 

Linkflow, a Born2Global member company, won an accolade with FITT360, a 360-degree neckband type camera, in the Good Design Award on October 2nd. Good Design Award is one of the most renowned global design awards along with Red Dot Design Award, the International Design Excellence Awards, and iF Design Award. The winners are determined based on how they demonstrate excellence in originality, proposal power, aesthetics, and level of completion while raising the standards in modern product design and positioning as future model design.

 

Prior to this recognition, Linkflow has been selected in the major design awards. FITT360 was named as the CES Innovation Award Honoree in the Digital Imaging & Photography category for two consecutive years. It has also received a 2017 Good Design Gold Minister Award and Red Dot Product Design Award, as well as the IDEA 2018 Bronze award.

 

 

FITT360 is the world’s first neck wearable camera preserving 360-degree full viewpoint with only three cameras on the neckband. It captures first-person-view both in pictures and videos without using hands, even allowing users to share their life in real-time on the social media such as YouTube and Facebook. It has a good reputation with a thin and human engineering design.

 

“It is honorable to prove competitiveness and excellence of our product through the top-notch global design award again. For the design to maximize UX, we will strive to improve our technology to provide the best 360-degree wearable cameras meeting the customers’ expectations,” said Junse Kim, Product Design Director of Linkflow. 

 

 

 
 
 
 

A large and complex 3D VR cam is updated into a small and user-friendly action cam - The Twoeyes VR 


What is the secret of TwoEyes Tech, Inc. to be named a CES 2018 Innovation Awards Honoree? B2G Tech News unveils the “TwoEyes VR”, its two pairs of lenses which can mimick two eyes of a human and capture the surrounding in 360°. Optimize your knowledge on VR technology today!


A normal VR cam displays 2D but a 3D VR cam lets you experience a vivid VR like a real world.

 

These equipments are very huge and complicated.

 

But the TwoeyesVR is very compact and easy to use.

 

The Twoeyes VR captures 3D images at a distance of 65mm, same as the human eye.

 

At the same time, the front and rear cameras capture at 360 degree.

 

Using different settings on the TwoeyesVR, it can capture 2D, 3D, VR and 3D VR footages.

 

The device supports 4K video format and f2.0 bright lens.

 

High-res images is available in 2D, 3D, VR and 3D VR.

 

Footages can be converted from app to a normal screen, 3D screen, 2D VR, 3D VR and can also be played back on VR headsets, 3D TVs and various mobile devices.

 

The Twoeyes VR will be made available under the name 'VUO', first half of 2018.

 

 

An honoree of the 2018 CES Innovations Award and popular on crowdfunding sites.

 

 

 

 

 

Description

 

TwoEyes Tech is a developer of hardware and software for everyone to easily produce realistic content and enjoy interactive production using our patented proprietary technology. TwoEyes Tech aspires to create human technology that enriches our lives through continuous innovation.

 

 

 

 

 TwoEyes Tech is a startup that has developed a binocular 360-degree field-of-view VR camera that captures images using two pairs of fisheye lenses arranged 65 millimeters apart, just like the eyes of a human, thus allowing for a more comfortable VR experience.

TwoEyes Tech, a member company of the K-ICT Born2Global Centre, made sure that the VR images it produces mirrors human eyesight by taking the standard distance between human eyes into consideration when capturing the images. As a result, the images show a three-dimensional representation of the world as people see it. In only one filming session, the VR camera captures 360-degree 3D video that can be viewed on VR headsets, smartphones, computer monitors, and 3D TVs. The videos, in full HD, 3D, and red-cyan mode, can be converted from and into 180-degree and 360-degree content, meaning that a single recording can be converted into six different types of content.

Moreover, filming with the camera is quite easy. When held horizontally, the camera records in binocular mode; when held vertically, it records in monocular mode. The recordings it produces can be viewed immediately on a smartphone or uploaded to social media.

A pair of lenses captures mass appeal and innovation

TwoEyes Tech's technology for shooting in various modes using two pairs of fisheye lenses has already started gaining recognition around the world. In November, the company was granted a CES 2018 Innovation Award, which is given to companies that have developed products that meet certain standards of innovation, functionality, design, and other criteria at the world's largest annual trade show. Visitors of CES 2018 can experience and try TwoEyes Tech's products at the Eureka Park Marketplace in Hall G, Booth #51677, throughout the length of the tradeshow, which runs Jan. 9-12, 2018, at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas.

General consumers also began showing interest in TwoEyes Tech as well. The company's recent crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter managed to secure investments from 699 backers totaling nearly USD 190,000, which is almost five times more than its original goal of $40,000 USD. In the coming year, the company is planning to begin official sales through mass production, and another funding project on Makuake, a Japanese crowdfunding site, is in the works as well.

Song HunJoo, CEO of TwoEyes Tech said: "We are planning to revamp our product name for a more global audience once we start mass producing and selling the cameras. The challenge we are facing now is to create a quality product that functions well and is easy to use."

Aiming for video software beyond VR

Song aims to expand TwoEyes Tech's business from VR cameras to video-related software, to which his years of experience in the computer graphics and 3D video industry can be applied to create a growth engine for the company. In addition to its VR cameras, TwoEyes Tech is planning to unveil a VR video editing program as well.

The reason Song decided on a VR camera as the product with which TwoEyes Tech would enter the overseas market lies in his career experience as well. Prior to founding TwoEyes Tech, Song worked as a developer, creating a VR application called "ARC Interactive." As the VR market began growing, Chinese companies such as Huawei requested the production of VR cameras that could be embedded in cellphones, and thus TwoEyes Tech was born.

"When I received those requests from Chinese companies, I immediately thought that was something that had market demand," remarked Song. "So, we started developing a VR camera in cooperation with Intops and other manufacturers, based our determination to create a product that could be competitive in the global market."

Aside from VR cameras, TwoEyes Tech also plans to unveil multi-angle cameras that can film at various angles simultaneously and playback the recorded videos freely. The next product in the works is TwoEyes Hover, which allows the user to change the direction of the camera by simply touching the display and quickly rotate the camera by swiping across the screen. The company's goal is to allow people to create 360-degree videos like those in the Matrix movie without having to use special filming techniques or effects.

Song commented, "Our goal is to grow into a company that can shake up the VR camera market. My main goals, however, are to contribute to the growth of the VR industry and improve upon our technology so that it can become the standard for VR video capture."

For more detailed information on the TwoEyes Tech, visit www.twoeyestech.com

 

 
 
 
 

More than meets the eyes, transforming action cam : PITTA Drone.

 
Take a look on how this works! 

 

 

 

More than meets the eyes.

 

4K(30fps), live streaming, 13M Still images, time-lapse, panorama and more.

 

The PITTA transform drone.

 

Basic drone function with additional "Tracking object", "Live broadcasting" and "Return home" function.

 

PITTA drone, kickstarter this Fall 2017.

 

eyedea.co.kr

 

 

 

 

Description

Autonomous Flying Selfie Drone 

eyedea is computer vision solution provider which having an own smart vision module based on the image tracking & deep learning platform for various imaging recognition system and application. eyedea has been trying to make a suitable solution for the autonomous flying selfie drone, surveillance system, ADAS, robot vision for smart factory and etc


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