The Nico360 is a compact and water resistant 360-degree camera, that features dual lenses front and back, and will also be capable of live streaming your immersive footage. A 360-degree camera is shooting in two directions at the same time and features two 16-megapixel sensors, and matching ultra wide angle F2 lenses, each with a 195-degree field of view.
This setup allows users to shoot 25-megapixel stills, a 360-degree video modes include flat, sphere, planet and VR, with the camera offering built-in stitching.
The size of the camera is 46 x 46 x 28 mm and it weighs a 109 g. It is water resistant and the capture of motion data including acceleration, rotation and G-force, and 32 GB of internal storage (though it also includes a micro SD port for extra storage).
Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enables live streaming to the Facebook Live, YouTube live, and Nico’s own Nico360 Live, and the camera will be compatible with the duo of iOS and Android apps.
This project has raised more than $196,000 on Indiegogo, reaching the initial $50,000 goal with more than 30 days remaining. An early bird pledge of $139 will get you one. An estimated shipping is in December this year. The crowdfunding promo video is below: