Sony’s streaming network, Crackle, celebrated their second season premiere of “The Art of More,” with a red carpet event streamed live on YouTube in 360° using the yet to be released Orah 4i 360° camera.
The event lasted for 38 minutes and was the first time I actually caught a 360 live stream as it ocurred. Admittedly, while I am still not blown away by any streaming 360° due to bandwith issues, the camera itself seemed to work flawlessly and is definitely something to keep an eye on, especially for it’s price point, which is available for preorder at $2,995.
About Orah 4i
The Orah 4i is the first all-in-one VR camera capable of capturing and streaming high-quality full spherical 360 video in real-time. Due to its professional 4k image quality, incorporated stitching software and simple integration with YouTube and other 360 video platforms, Orah 4i is a exciting solution for live streaming high-profile events to a wide audience.
Orah 4i was first introduced in April this year by VideoStitch Inc., a leading company in VR solutions previously known for its stitching software.
Crackle, a unit of Sony Pictures Television, programs Hollywood movies, popular TV shows, original series and feature films for the worlds connected audience. Available in 21 countries, the streaming service houses a robust library of original programming.
About “The Art of More”
“The Art of More” is a high-stakes journey of greed and desperation through the New York auction scene. The new season stars Dennis Quaid (“Vegas,” “Fortitude”), who also serves as executive producer, Kate Bosworth (Still Alice), Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride) and Christian Cooke (“Magic City”).
Sean Earley is the Executive Editor of AR/VR Magazine & co-founder of RobotSpaceship Podcast Network. He is the Director of New Biz Development and Publishing at KEMWEB, a musician, producer & consultant. He loves guitars, VR and coffee.