point in owning a virtual reality headset if there's nothing to watch or play.
which just launched its first consumer VR device -- wants to make sure that's
never a problem.
the company showed off its first camera capable of taking 360-degree photos and
videos, named the Gear 360.
two lenses that can capture 195-degrees of vision in high-definition. Images
and videos are stored to a microSD card (up to 128 GB in size) and can be
transferred over Wi-Fi to a Samsung Galaxy phone to be stitched together.
product can be shared online (YouTube and Facebook, or viewed with a Gear VR
settings also seem easy to use (On, Off, Picture mode, Video mode, Record) and
I like the fact that I can see a preview of the images before shooting.