Alongside the official launch of the ALLie Camera by IC Real Tech this week, the company announced that the product has struck an important partnership with video streaming service YouTube. ALLie, now its own subsidiary under the IC Real Tech brand, announced that the ALLie Camera will be fully integrated with YouTube, allowing the user to live stream their 360-degree content on the video platform. Ith the launch, the ALLie Camera becomes the first 360-degree everyday use camera with 24/7 viewing, recording, live streaming, still-capture, social sharing, and virtual reality (VR) capabilities.
“We are excited to work with YouTube as they take immersive video even further with 360-degree live streaming,” Dmitry Kozko, President of ALLie, said in a statement. “Now that the demand for real-time, 24/7 content has reached its peak, our ALLie Camera aligns perfectly with YouTube to give users the ultimate 360-degree, live streaming experience. ALLie is always on so that users don’t miss a thing, and now they can more easily share experiences with friends, family and fans on YouTube.”
ALLie said that the integration with YouTube makes the ALLie Camera an ideal platform for video bloggers, sports arenas, music venues, and other similar locations and businesses looking to give fans or viewers “complete freedom for how they see an event, allowing them to be there like never before.”