The Kodak SP360 4K is a portable action camera with wide-angle shooting and burst mode (up to 10 frames per second) designed to make 360° VR videos, time-lapse footages, and 4K definition pictures. Its battery works from one hour up to two hours and a half.
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ArtBeat Virtual Reality is a creative agency that develops VR apps compatible with Google Cardboard.
HoloLens is an augmented reality viewer developed by Microsoft to display computer-generated content (images, animations and holograms) on top of the real world environment.
HelloSoda’s specialty is to use Bayesian Belief Network principles to detect fraud risk, a process which relies on analyzing structured and unstructured data from social media, Internet blogs, and various interactions in cyberspace
Giroptic 360cam is an action camera that records 360° content in time lapse, photo burst, or video mode and automatically stitches captured content together with its real-time image fusion process. Therefore users can live-stream or share stitched content online directly from their camera. A micro-SD card is required for storage.
First Derm allows users to anonymously take pictures of external skin problems and send them to a licensed dermatologist, who will respond to inquiries within 24 hours of receiving the pictures with an assessment of the problem
“FamiHeroCity” recently launched in France, has an objective of providing in-home services via the internet, for users seeking babysitters, cleaners & handymen.
BankMobile, a digital off-shoot of the Customers Bank, is a fully Smartphone-based bank, which aims to target customers under the age of 35 years who have low tolerance for poor customer service and high fees.
YouTube 360 is a channel of the video platform that enables users to post and watch 360° videos assuming they have the latest version of Chrome, Opera, Firefox, or Internet Explorer on their computer and the latest version of the YouTube app on their smartphone. 360° YouTube videos can also be watched with Google Cardboard through the YouTube app.
The British company Blippar developed Cardio VR, which is a virtual reality game, accessible via a smartphone app and compatible with VR viewers such as View Master, Fibrum, Homido, Lakento, Archos, Durovis and Google Cardboard.
Google Cardboard is a virtual reality headset, initially launched by Google and copied by many companies, that is made of cardboard, two 40mm lenses, a magnetic push button to trigger in-app actions, Velcro band, and a dedicated space behind the lenses to insert a smartphone into. The Cardboard uses the magnetic push button to establish communication with the smartphone.
Bought By Many acts as an intermediary to negotiate with insurance companies better deals for large groups of customers with niche needs
Zero is developing a platform so that businesses of the same sector can create their own insurance pools to get covered.
Zebpay is a mobile wallet app that allows its over 25,000 users to buy, store, spend and send Bitcoins (or bits: 1 million bits in 1 Bitcoin).
Sure is a free mobile app providing users with micro-duration personal protection coverage during their airplane travels, from take-off to landing, to protect the user’s family in the event of an accident. Sure targets users that are not comfortable with traveling by plane.