Google Launches Next Generation Yi Halo VR Jump Camera

Posted: Apr 25 2017, 6:13am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Google Launches Next Generation Yi Halo VR Jump Camera
The next generation Google Jump camera - YI HALO
  • Google’s Next-Gen VR Jump Camera is Designed for Seamless Video

Google’s VR Jump camera happens to be the new “in” thing on the horizon.

VR video allows you to gauge the world in different ways than you would have otherwise attempted to do so. It can allow you to be the main audience for your musical band, take you among the players on the field in a baseball game or even lend you a scuba diver’s experience of the deep blue ocean.

Yet VR video makers still have to contend with a number of issues in the way they bring their experiences before the world of viewers.

The equipment is very lumbersome and the process is time-consuming and expensive. In order to simplify the procedure, we have the next generation Jump camera with VR facility. It is termed YI HALO.

Jump actually came out in 2015 by Google. The group’s leaders cooperated with the topmost camera makers to churn out high-quality VR cameras.

The YI HALO is very simple to use, lends a sense of grip and control to its handlers and works in a cool manner with the Jump Assembler. VR filmmakers will have a field day thanks to this arrangement.

The creators of footage will get to exercise more discipline and flexibility with regard to YI HALO. It weighs a nominal eight pounds. Even snaps that are a bit convoluted will be a cinch to capture thanks to this camera.

The battery keeps going for 100 minutes. The Android app that goes along with this VR camera can also function as a remote control and a tool of the trade. The Jump Assembler allows for stitches that make the process seem to be a piece of cake.

The YI HALO will be in stores by the time the summer of 2017 arrives in its sultry presence.

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