RaceRender adds performance data to 360-degree videos

(Image courtesy 360fly.)

(Image courtesy 360fly.)

Camera maker 360fly has partnered with software company RaceRender to allow users to add custom video data displays to their 360-degree videos, the companies announced yesterday.

Users can shoot the video with a 360fly camera, edit the video with the RaceRender software, and then share it to YouTube and other social media.

The 360fly camera includes a GPS so that it capture data such as latitude, longitude, altitude and speed.

Read the full press release at Motorcycle & PowerSports News.

Watch a demo video below:

 

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