- Preview Mode: This mode allows you to look around in the video and photos by simply tilting and moving your phone.
- Full-screen mode: It is very similar to the preview mode. Only that it offers a full-screen view.
- Full-screen Mode with VR headset: This mode offers a fully immersive experience. The user is required to wear a virtual reality HMD. This allows the user to look around by moving their head.
Virtual reality has attracted numerous attention from small start-ups to blue chips companies like Walt Disney. In the midst of the hysteria, Shot decided to take a different path. The path less traveled. Shot yesterday launched a campaign on the crowd-funding site, Kickstarter, about a product that will enable iPhone 6 users to create, share and watch VR using their phone. The focus on iPhone 6 is because it has an outstanding camera and impressive processing power. With the gadget believed to be in its last stages, Shot is ensuring that the device will be able to capture immersive photos and videos. Shot is a device composed of two lenses charged with increasing the field of view of a phone’s camera and an app which allows users to record and share immersive content with unmatched ease. It also has a camera that takes photos simultaneously with the phone’s camera. To successfully use the Shot, you open the app, slide the lens attachment then you can start recording and sharing both videos photos. The app has an interface similar to other apps like Vine or Instagram. When used with a virtual reality HMD, the app allows you to look around. This adds a thrill to your photos and videos.The Shot is compatible with Google’s VR headset, the Cardboard. It offers several visualization modes that you can use to watch content posted by friends. These modes are;