360fly, the single lens 360-degree camera company which launched its device last year has revealed a new partnership for consumers to live-stream content. Joining forces with Livit, a mobile virtual reality (VR) platform 360fly users can use the Livit iOS and Android app to stream their 360-degree content over 4G networks.
The Livit app is available now to download for free for anybody who has brought a 360fly. They can then in real-time live-stream what ever they like, whether its a mountain bike ride, kid’s soccer game, or business presentation to anyone who can not be there with them.
“This partnership allows our customers to take the 360fly experience to another level, showcasing their experiences through real-time mobile virtual reality and 360-degree video,” said Peter Adderton, 360fly CEO. “Our goal is to continually push the industry and the capabilities of mobile virtual reality, and with Livit’s incredible technology, we are continuing to do just that.”
“We’re thrilled to be partnering with 360fly,” said Adam Blazer, Livit CEO. “The efficiency of our live streaming platform, combined with the seamless 360fly camera deliver the most sophisticated and accessible mobile virtual reality experience available today.”
The 360fly HD camera is available to purchase from 360fly’s retail partner Best Buy for $399 USD, while the new 360fly 4K camera, announced in January will launch in April for $499 USD.
VRFocus will continue its coverage of 360fly, reporting back with any further announcements.