DRONE VOLT, the French provider of commercial drone solutions, has announced the JANUS 360 by DRONE VOLT, a Drone dedicated for 360° Virtual Reality content production.
Virtual reality is growing and has a tremendous future with the growing need for 3D content filmed in 360° for cinematography, tourism, advertising, sports & sports training, gaming, design & architecture, construction, real estate and many other industries.
Dan Roe, EVP Sales and Marketing of Drone Volt USA told DRONELIFE, “DroneVolt is excited to announce the Janus 360, and we feel that it will allow clients to more easily provide compelling and creative airborne based content for a wide range of media from gaming to movies and commercials and to/for other industry specific media content.”
A study by Goldman Sachs Research estimates that the VR and AR (virtual and augmented reality) market will reach $80 billion in 2025.
To meet the needs of this strategic market, the R&D division of DRONE VOLT has integrated the best of its technologies to develop the JANUS 360 by DRONE VOLT. This drone can capture spectacular aerial images used (after video processing) in virtual reality playback systems, goggles or helmet.
The JANUS 360 drone creates an immersive 3D experience but it comes with a price tag of $20,000.
A genuine flying camera, JANUS 360 by DRONE VOLT is a drone dedicated to producing video content for virtual reality. This quadcopter, equipped with ten 4K cameras spread over 2 heads is for taking pictures and videos that once assembled and processed provide an immersive 3D experience for virtual tours and videos 360°.
“The audiovisual market currently represents 80% of DRONE VOLT’s customers. We find it necessary to provide innovative and futuristic solutions to our customers, so we have developed JANUS 360, the first drone dedicated to virtual reality; with 2 heads and with 5 cameras on each allowing a fantastic 360° result. One of the major strengths of our model is the ability to shoot in the air at 360 ° without any elements of the drone, such as propellers or landing gear appearing in the image,” says Dimitri Batsis, President of DRONE VOLT.
- – 10 4K cameras
- – 15 minute flight time
- – 150 Go of images per flight ➢➢ HD video return
- – Approved for S1, S2, S3 ➢➢ 360° without image cut off ➢➢ Double stabilized head