- Feb 17, 2013
- Reaction score
- Dash Cam
- Git2,Xiaomi Yi, Mobius, Sj1000, gt300w, GS9000, GS600, Gopro
To be mounted on a car, you'd want a vertical axis of 30-45 degrees. A full-round 360 view would not need the same quality on each camera -- 1080p/30 on the front one and perhaps the rear, but side cams could be 720p and/or 15fps. This ASSumes each of six cameras have 75-degree FOVs with 15 degrees devoted to software interstitching.
You could simulate this today with 2nd-gen GoPro Hero2 cameras (to make it more affordable), but we're talking lipstick-size cameras consisting basically of just lens and CCD with the battery and storage held elsewhere. In fact, you'd want to have the external capture device as cheap as possible, expecting a good amount of damage or loss, so a target for that part (each camera) should be no more than $~30USD.
Excellent for a stationary test video. What a lot of people will want to judge is how the complete image degrades on the sides when in motion; also whether or how much the rear view is critical. At 60 miles per hour, 88 feet per second, a 30-frame/sec side video is going to have discreet images 3 feet apart.This is my first experimental video 360 º with 4 cameras gopro hd in 2010
It does look good (as a marketing video). This application seems geared specifically toward stationary use, or parking mode. Having six cameras instead of 4 would give you more of a "normal" viewing perspective.Fujitsu 360° Wrap-Around.../media]
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