Follow, Explore, and Roam Smoothly with Guru 360 Rover!
Thanks to Hugh Hou from CreatorUp, you can now take a look at test footage from the new Guru 360 Rover in VR180! Enjoy gliding around the Griffith Observatory on the Guru 360 Rover while shooting from an Insta360 Pro and Guru 360 Air Gimbal Stabilizer. (Put on your VR headset because this is a VR180 video. 🙂) Make sure to subscribe to CreatorUp's YouTube page to always be up to date with latest in VR technology! Thank you Hugh!
Guru 360 Rover's visible profile is unnoticeable to single lens camera and almost invisible to 360 cameras. Using a wireless controller, the rover can push or pull regardless of wheel direction, move laterally left or right, rotate 360 degrees in place, and also turn in an arch. To enable such amazing control over movement the Guru 360° Rover uses special mecanum wheels and motor control hardware/software.
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The rover can push or pull regardless of wheel direction, move laterally left or right, rotate 360 degrees in place, and also turn in an arch. To enable such amazing control over movement the Guru 360° Rover uses special mecanum wheels and motor control hardware/software.
Follow, Explore, Create with Minimal Crew Obstructions
This rover is designed to follow actors, roam real estate, wedding cameraman #2, or just explore the environment with minimal crew/equipment obstructions. How fast is the rover? Expect especially slow crawls, and at full speed a brisk walking pace. This rover is designed to work closely with the talent, allowing cameras to capture mesmerizing unobstructed points of view.
The Equipment Stand
Use the Guru 360° Rover for a single lens camera or a 360 camera. The rover’s equipment stand is designed to be used in conjunction with gimbals like the AirCross or 360 Air, along with an isolator, and camera system. The equipment stand of the rover is height adjustable. This allows the camera lens height to be adjusted for actor height or as the situation dictates. To help with ease of transporting the rover from location to location the equipment stand is detachable.
Chassis Equipment Loops
Equipment tie down loops can be found on top of the Guru 360° Rover's chassis. These loops are designed to allow for camera accessories like external batteries to be secured to the rover.
Communication to the rover is through a wireless remote with a range of almost four football fields (383 Yards, 350 Meters). The remote’s joystick offers fine granular control over rover movement. Feel confident in keeping pace with the scene and matching any change in direction.
Capture Dynamic Points of View
Enthralling camera movement at your fingertips with the Guru 360° Rover. Use the rover in conjunction with a MOZA gimbal running Mimic Motion Control, and gain ultimate creative control. Use the rover to push the camera into the action, pull back the rover for perspective, and match the dynamic momentum of the scene with the Guru 360° Rover for single lens cameras or 360 cameras.