It's the perfect 360 match! Pair Guru 360 Gimbal and Guru 360 Rover for your best sprawling footage in 360 degrees!
📸Guru 360 Rover is an omnidirectional dolly with a visible profile 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.
📸Guru 360 Air Camera Stabilizer is the most affordable heavy duty gimbal designed for professional 360 cameras! With a payload of 3.3 lbs and adjustable counterweights, Guru 360 Air Gimbal Stabilizer enables it's user to achieve stable and smooth 360 footage with a large variety of 360 cameras! The bottom of the handgrip features 1/4" and 3/8" mounts to attach to a drone!
ImmersiveShooter.com published this great article that delves into details about Guru 360 Rover, followed by an exclusive interview with Gimbal Guru's Devlin Murphy about the rover, and test footage!
Robert Hernandez states about Guru 360 Rover's features that "the most impressive being its unique wheels which allow you to move the dolly in any direction at any time. You aren’t limited to forward and backward; you can also go side to side."
He goes on to point out that, "Another important and essential feature of this rover is the controller. This isn’t a small kid RC controller or an app you put onto a tablet. This is a real device that feels natural and good in your hands, allowing you to guide it along the path you want to go."
After reading the article, check out Robert Hernandez's test videos of gliding around the USC Campus on the Guru 360 Rover while shooting from a ZCam S1 Camera and Guru 360 Air Gimbal Stabilizer. Thank you to Immersive Shooter Editor-at-Large and USC Professor Robert Hernandez for giving the Guru 360 Rover a test spin!
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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.