Insta360 Sphere now supported by OpenSpace for enhanced drone-based reality capture

OpenSpace’s platform support for the Insta360 Sphere is a significant development for the company and its customers as it enables them to capture 360-degree views of job sites with ease and scalability. The Insta360 Sphere camera is a dual 360-degree camera that can be attached to DJI Mavic Air 2 and Air 2S drones, making it easy to install and operate. The camera comes with two cameras, one upward-facing and one downward-facing, which enables it to capture a full 360-degree view of the job site without any need for reflights. The camera’s FlowState stabilization technology ensures smooth footage, and its easy locking mechanism makes it simple to install and use.

OpenSpace’s platform supports a wide range of capture technologies, including 360-degree cameras, drone cameras, mobile cameras, LiDAR scanners, and more. This gives users the flexibility to capture whatever they choose, depending on their workflows and goals. The company’s Vision Engine is able to process the captured footage and stitch the images together, pinning them to the floor plan, creating a trusted visual record of site status. The site image map is typically ready to view within 15 minutes of upload.

This partnership between OpenSpace and Insta360 Sphere is a significant step towards making drone-based reality capture more accessible to a wider business audience. It will allow builders to capture high-resolution footage of the job site without having to worry about factors like stabilization or editing out the drone body, making it an affordable and easy-to-use option.

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