360-degrees video recording is the new black on the video recorders market!
The Bublcam, the flagship product of the Canadian startup based in Toronto Bubl, brings the new concept of 360-degrees video recording into the action cameras world – also check the Geonaute 360 video camera we featured earlier.
The Bublcam is light and portable (not much bigger than a baseball) and is able to capture 14 mega pixel spherical photos and videos at 1080p at 15 fps and 720p at 30fps. The magic is in the software – the desktop software suite that comes with the camera allows you to scroll the video recording anyway you like – you can go left, right, upwards or downwards while the movie plays – save it, upload it to Youtube and share it with your friends.
The 360 camera features Wi-Fi live streaming to computers, mobiles and on the web and will soon be compatible with the main cloud storage solutions (read Dropbox and similar services).
The Bublcam is in project mode at Kickstarter and reached it’s $100,000 funding cap in the first 24 hours since the start of the campaign. At time time this article was released Bublcam already raised $310,642 CAD (that’s about $292,000 US) and still has 9 days to go! Estimated delivery May 2014.