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VR / AR in EdUHK Library

360° Camera - Ricoh Theta S

360° Camera - Ricoh Theta S

  • 360 degree spherical panorama images and spherical videos up to 25 minutes
  • Live view function on mobile devices
  • Transfer videos directly to your mobile device without the need of a computer
  • Full HD video at 30 fps , 360 degree spherical video supported by YouTube

4K Camcorder

4K CamcorderJVC GY-HM170E compact 4KCAM handheld camcorder

  • Single 1/2.3-inch CMOS image sensor with 12.4 million pixels
  • High quality integrated 12x F1.2-3.5 zoom lens
  • Dynamic zoom in HD mode combines optical zoom and pixel mapping to create seamless and lossless 24x zoom
  • 4K Ultra HD recording (150 Mbps, 24/30p) to SDXC (UHS-I Speed class3) card
  • 4:2:2 full HD recording at 50Mbps
  • Live 4K UHD output via HDMI connector

HD 2D/3D Camcorder

HD 2D/3D Camcorder - Panasonic AG-3DA1 Twin-Lens 2D/3D Camcorder

  • Full HD stereoscopic 3D recording
  • 6x CMOS sensors – 2.2 MP each
  • Dual integrated 10x lenses (12x in 2D)
  • 18″ minimum object distance in 3D


Drone (Mi)

  • equipped with 4K camera
  • 1080P version and MP4 video format


VR and AR Digital Resources

This guide provides various resources and information to help you in exploring and learning about Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) content creation, available equipment and facilities.  It is updated from time to time.  Please send any feedback to us shown on the right if there is any question.

Quick Summary - What is AR / VR /360° ?

Augmented Reality Virtual Reality 360 photo / movie
Interaction between real-world in the background and digital objects popping up in the foreground. Fully engaged in the virtual world as all objects are digitized and there is no interaction with the outside world

Photos or videos made with a special camera that can be viewed in 360 direction.

No interaction with the contents and all are made in 2-dimension.

Usually view AR on mobile phones, can be used on desktop or other mobile devices. Usually view VR on enclosed headset, can be used on mobile devices. Usually view 360 on mobile phone, desktop and other mobile devices.



General Enquiries:

Tel: 2948 6661


Technical Enquiries:

For special arrangements on equipment set up, please contact Kevin Mak at 2948 6662 or email in advance.

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