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Video: NCTech Technical Sales Director Andrew Baddeley presents iris360 Pro at the 2017 Google Street View Summit in Tokyo (10-11 May 2017).
This is 1 of 3 presentations by NCTech at the 2017 Google Street View Summit.
1. Video: iris360 Pro at Street View Summit
2. Video: NCTech Announces iSTAR Pulsar 4K/360º
3. Video: NCTech Virtual Reality Camera at GSV17
iris360 Pro Highlights
✓ High Resolution Automatic Panoramic Camera
✓ Google Street View Mobile Ready
✓ 90 MP Resolution
✓ 10 bit imaging
✓ Auto HDR (On | Off | Auto (9 exposures)
✓ IP54 Rating; polycarbonate body
✓ Full spherical capture
✓ Range finding stitch, parallax correction
✓ GPS enabled, internal tilt and compass
✓ ColourCloud by NCTech (colorize point cloud data)
✓ Measurement upgrade
✓ OSC API compatible
✓ Full size SD card
✓ battery pack
✓ Uses: Engineering / Law Enforcement /Surveying / 360º Imagines
✓ ability to easy, quickly and seamlessly publish to Google Street View
✓ an open platform
✓ a feature to remove you from the 360º
✓ OneStopVR.com (3D models and floor plans created from iris360 Pro)
✓ Google Street View supports up to 100 MP
Price: US: $2,899 / Euro: 2,599 / Pound: 2,199
Existing iris360 camera owners trade in existing iris360 and get this credit amount: $655 / Euro: 590 / Pound: 500
Shipping: "end of July 2017"
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✓ Video: NCTech Virtual Reality Camera at GSV17
✓ [url]=https://forum.we-get-around.com/topic/4592/page/1/video-iris360-pro-at-street-view-summit/]Video: iris360 Pro at Street View Summit[/url]
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|This looks like a great camera for Street View.
A few questions -
#1) Who needs 90MP?
#2) The 3D seems ridiculously basic - objects are flattened against walls and floors, etc. Seems to basically extrude images into room shapes.
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