IC Real Tech announced the hard launch of its new ALLie Camera, the 360-degree everyday use camera with 24/7 viewing, recording, live streaming, still-capturing, social sharing and virtual reality viewing capabilities. ALLie Camera enables users to bring moments to life including:
• Live streaming important events like birthday parties, graduations, weddings and more so remote family and friends across the globe can feel like they are actually there and even talk via the two-way microphone.
• Live streaming sports games, concerts and other events opening attractions to a worldwide audience in real-time or replay like never before.
• Video bloggers streaming commentary and events to their fans and followers in 360-degrees so they too feel like they are there with 4K resolution clarity.
• Never missing family moments like baby’s first steps by always having the cameras rolling 24/7 with the ability to capture and store special moments for viewing or sharing socially later.
• Seeing what the dog or cat is getting into at home or at the kennel – even if they move out of a typical camera’s field of view.
• Keeping an eye on elderly family members living at home or in a nursing home to give peace-of-mind.
In addition to the launch of the ALLie Camera, IC Real Tech also announced the selection of longtime photography and video industry veteran Mark Sherengo, vice president, sales and marketing. Sherengo will spearhead the sales and marketing for the ALLie Home Camera and will lead the company’s distribution, business development and marketing initiatives to drive its leadership in the 360-degree technology space.
Sherengo comes to ALLie with more than 20 years of executive experience with leading global photography and video industry companies the likes of Ricoh, Pentax, Fuji and others. At Ricoh, he was director of sales and helped the company introduce the first ever 360 camera, Theta, to the market. Prior to Ricoh, he spent 15 years in roles with the director of sales and marketing for both Pentax and Fuji. Before that, he was a professional photographer and helped run the photo lab business for the NFL for more than a decade.