Adidas Brazucam ball: Kolor technology used to stitch and display the 360-degree videos

Friday 4 April 2014


Adidas has just announced the Brazucam ball: it’s the official Brazuca ball of the 2014 FIFA World Cup fitted with 6 integrated cameras to capture the action at 360 degrees.

We’re proud to announce that technology developed by Kolor has been involved in Adidas Brazucam ball! Kolor provided the video-stitching solution based on Autopano Video software and services to publish the 360-degree videos online, based on Kolor Eyes player.


This version of Adidas Brazuca is fitted with six HD cameras to capture 360-degree footage of football being played from a ball’s-eye-view by professional and amateur players across seven countries: Spain, Germany, England, Russia, Japan, the USA and Mexico, getting closer to its final destination in Brazil for the 2014 FIFA World Cup (June 12 to July 13, 2014). The six video streams are then stitched together using video-stitching software developed by Kolor.


The 360-degree videos will be published soon! Stay tuned.

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3 Responses to “Adidas Brazucam ball: Kolor technology used to stitch and display the 360-degree videos”

  1. Onsite360 Says:

    It would be great to put a ball in the dugout or lockerroom, players and coaches would be less aware of a camera.

  2. KC Says:

    crazy cool idea! just not sure what will be the resulting video as the ball will be spinning at very high spped. I saw a movie trying to show how will a man see when he head was chopped off & roll down a hill. That camera was spinning too fast and I could hardly see a clear image.

  3. Says:

    cool, very nice .)
    FIFA14 goes 360

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