Category: Ribcage AIR

Don’t you hate it when lions eat all your cameras? We provided our Ribcage modified GoPro cameras and lenses to film National Geographic’s Lions 360 video, plus we were able to help in other ways. During filming several of the production’s stock GoPro cameras were actually destroyed by the curious lions. Rather than write them […]

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Check out this awesome 360 video from Green Lake Films. Shot in locations throughout Europe with our Ribcage 3X Mount + 3x Ribcage AIR Hero4 Black cameras. 1.45mm M12 circular fisheye lenses were used.

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USING THE RIBCAGE MOD’S NATIVE C-MOUNT Our Ribcage Modified Cameras are small, portable and have powerful shooting options at a reasonable price. That makes them a perfect option for microscopes, telescopes and many other scientific applications. C-Mount is commonly used in scientific and medical imaging equipment so the camera can be directly connected to all kinds of […]

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We’ve designed our Ribcage Modified GoPro cameras to be as versatile as possible, with native support for M12, CS and C-Mount lenses as well as features like interchangeable filters, flange adjustment and more. There are some differences in the dimensions from the original camera however, so let’s take a look at how we can use some […]

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Shot in part with Ribcage Modified GoPro cameras and gear, ‘Invisible’ is an innovative new 360-degree VR series from Doug Liman (Director of the Bourne Identity) and Simon Crane (2nd Unit Director, Star Wars Rogue One). It tells the supernatural tale of a powerful family with the ability to turn themselves invisible. For more information please visit: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/behind-screen/doug-liman-s-virtual-reality-940073 […]

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With this fun project we used XYZ RGB’s Scannerkiller technology to extract and reconstruct an accurate flight-path and virtual camera from some of our drone footage. We used a Ribcage Modified Hero4 Black mounted on a 3DR Solo. Using only the video frames we are able to extract 3D models and camera positions. A virtual […]

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