A new virtual reality camera has this week ben announced, called the Sphericam 2, it is a VR camera that can stitch video into a 4K60p resolution live.
This means that there is no longer a need for editing the video after you have recorded it, simply broadcast it live and you’re good to go. This allows you to create live 4K VR content from a small camera that is the size of a baseball and is battery powered.
The camera can also be mounted to a pole for a 360-degree perspective, allowing it to be Oculus-ready according to the company, however, this will be aimed more towards live VR broadcasting, then on-demand viewing, that said, it can be used to record video like this:
The Sphericam 2 will be available later this year for $2,500.
You can find out more about it at the source link.