Protruly Vision Unveils A VR Phone Named Darling

Posted: Oct 25 2016, 5:25am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 25 2016, 5:33am CDT, in Technology News


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Protruly Vision VR Phone Unveiled

Chinese Protruly shows off a Virtual Reality smartphone.

The Protruly "darling" is supposed the world's first VR phone. The $600 smartphone will go on sale next month in China equipped with a wide-angle twin lens. A $1,300 version of the VR Phone is diamond and gold encrusted.

The VR Phone is supposed to enable real-time editing on VR images. Protruly, a company with experience in making night vision equipment and video walls, announced the VR Phone on Monday at an event in Shenzhen. The company is also already offering smartphones under the DARL brand outside of China.

The technical specifications of the Protruly Darling VR phone are not clear. The smartphone is able to record 360 video from what we can tell.

Quanta and ImmerVision have unveiled a VR Camera for Smart Phones that enables 360 immersive video capture and live streaming in the summer. It was touted as world's first 360-degree live virtual reality (VR) streaming camera for smartphones.

Shooting 360 video will be a common smartphone feature in the coming years. There are already 360 video camera accessories like the Samsung Gear 360 that are affordable and allow to make VR videos for the VR headsets.

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