Wearable Cameras

https://korean-electronics.com//inquiry[INQ. NO. 1706E04] LINKFLOW is a hardware company that produced the world’s first Wearable Camera, the FITT360 series. The 360-degree wearable camera preserves and transmits memory through a 360-degree video.
The company was a spin-off from Samsung in 2016 and is now operated with professional engineers with more than 15 year-career experience in the Samsung mobile communication unit.
The FITT360 series includes the B2B model FITT360 Security used in security sector effective at recording scene-evidence 360-degree wide. The B2C model FITT360 is used in VR field enabling consumers to create self 360-degree VR video.
The FITT360 Security presents a whole new level of surveillance camera, extending the scope of vision to 360-degree. The wearable form of 360 camera comfortably and safely captures the scene working as a personal black box for officers improving security environment. FITT360 Security is for security (police, mall), medical (EMT), or even fields that need to gather scene evidences (firefighters).

The FITT360 is a wearable 360° VR camera which films 360° omni diversion of oneself while wearing it on the neck. The device’s wearable-form-factor provides videos in FPV (First-Person View) precisely conveying one’s experience and enables individuals to easily record and share experiences through a 360° virtual reality video. The FITT360 can be used in fields such as traveling, extreme sports, or as a personal surveillance camera.

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