Thursday, August 11, 2016

Overview 1 first 360 degrees live stream from space

SpaceVR, a new startup, has signed a deal for the world's first satellite equipped with a camera capable of shooting video at 360 degrees to reach space.

The vehicle, called Overview 1 will be placed aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket next summer, says Go4It.

The ship will carry the satellite into the International Space Station, where it will be placed later on a low Earth orbit by NanoRacks LLC, the company that operates commercially module aboard the station.

Content to be recorded by the camera on Overview 1 can be seen through a VR headset.

SpaceVR wants to do, ultimately, a permanent live broadcast from space via satellite.

Customers will have to pay subscription to access the stream.

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