While this isn’t directly motorcycle related, this news offers users a unique way to broadcast their motorcycle ride, race, or other such event. -TS

360fly, Inc., maker of the category-leading single-lens camera that captures stitchless 360-degree video, today announced a strategic partnership with Livit, the world’s first mobile live virtual reality platform. Together, the two companies are offering the first mainstream live streaming platform and tools for mobile virtual reality.

Available now, users can sync their 360fly camera with the free Livit iOS or Android mobile app to live stream real-time, uncropped videos to networks around the world. With a 4G signal and a 360fly camera, users can live stream their mountain bike ride, kid’s soccer game, or business presentation to anyone who can not be there with them. The 360fly HD camera is available now at Best Buy for $399, while the new 360fly 4K camera will launch in April for $499.

“This partnership allows our customers to take the 360fly experience to another level, showcasing their experiences through real-time mobile virtual reality and 360-degree video,” said Peter Adderton, 360fly CEO. “Our goal is to continually push the industry and the capabilities of mobile virtual reality, and with Livit’s incredible technology, we are continuing to do just that.”

Users can view the Livit 360-degree video via their mobile devices. To experience the real-time streaming in mobile virtual reality, users can pair their mobile devices with a VR Viewer such as Google Cardboards.

“We’re thrilled to be partnering with 360fly,” said Adam Blazer, Livit CEO. “The efficiency of our live streaming platform, combined with the seamless 360fly camera deliver the most sophisticated and accessible mobile virtual reality experience available today.”

To learn more about 360fly, visit www.360fly.com or follow 360fly on Twitter and Instagram @360fly, and “like” it on Facebook at facebook.com/360fly.