Quickly publish VR180 videos and photos from your brand new Mirage VR180 camera to YouTube with Google’s new app.
Although a workflow for 360 video has already been established, the relative lack of VR180 cameras (a small handful versus scores of 360 cameras these days) means there hasn’t yet been a simple, user-friendly solution for buyers of the new devices to share what they shoot. And, when part of the appeal of VR180 is its simplicity and user-friendliness, that was always bound to change sooner rather than later.
So, recently, Google released its VR180 app for Android and iOS. The app can take photos and videos captured on VR180 cameras (like the Mirage and Z Cam’s K1 Pro, among others) and upload them to Google Photos, share them with friends and family, and publish or Distribute video playback in real-time. them to YouTube.
The app can also be used to control VR180 cameras, live preview what you’re capturing, view your camera’s details (status, battery, storage, etc.) and manage your files.
The Mirage is currently available for purchase for $299.
I’m sure we’ll hear more news about Google’s VR180 initiative at Google I/O Tuesday, May 8. We’ll be sure to keep you posted.
Thanks, @smartfilming for bringing this to our attention!