Double Robotics Introduces 360 Camera Dolly with Universal 360 Camera Mount

DOUBLE ROBOTICS INTRODUCES 360 CAMERA DOLLY WITH UNIVERSAL 360 CAMERA MOUNT

First-of-its-kind Robotic Camera Dolly & Mount to Take Virtual Reality to the Next Level

Burlingame, Calif. - June 1, 2016 - Double Robotics today unveiled its 360 Camera Dolly with Universal 360 Camera Mount, the world’s first remotely controlled, robotic VR dolly. A project of Double Labs, the company’s internal research and development team, the 360 Camera Dolly with Universal 360 Camera Mount leverages the existing technology of the iconic Double telepresence robot base and can hold any 360 camera up to five pounds. An iPhone 6 (or earlier) or an iPod Touch is required to enable the remote driving feature.

“The 360 Camera Dolly with Universal 360 Camera Mount is a great solution for 360 filmmakers who wish to expand on their approach and begin filming in a more creative way, without any crew getting in the frame,” said David Cann, co-founder and CEO of Double Robotics. “Built on technology that people already love, the 360 Camera Dolly is a game-changer for filmmaking.”

The 360 Camera Dolly and Universal 360 Camera Mount is an expansion of the Double platform. The attachable aircraft-grade aluminum 360 Camera Mount attaches to the Double base using an industry standard ¼”-20 bolt. An iPhone is secured in the mount and the camera operator can drive Double wirelessly from behind the scenes via LTE/4G, Wi-Fi, or Bluetooth.

Pricing & Availability

  • The 360 Camera Dolly with Universal 360 Camera Mount will be available online (www.doublerobotics.com) immediately, with shipping starting on June 15.

  • The full set of the 360 Camera Dolly, which includes the Double telepresence robot base, the Universal 360 Camera Mount, and the Pelican Travel Case is available at $3,000 USD.

  • The Universal 360 Camera Mount is also sold separately at $249.

About Double Robotics

Double Robotics is the creator of Double, the world’s leading telepresence robot. Double is an iPad-based robot that gives people a physical presence at work or in school when they can’t be there in person. Founded in 2012 and a graduate of the startup accelerator Y Combinator, Double Robotics is a privately-held technology company headquartered in Burlingame, California. Visit www.doublerobotics.com for more information.

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