However, the company may be looking to cut out the need for an arsenal of cameras to make 360-degree magic, using what appears to be a single two-lens system debuted while filming this year's MotoGP, as spotted by Engadget.
The device, built into the bike of pro racer Dakota Mamola, is described as the first-ever VR GoPro setup - creating an immersive video feed with just two 180-degree lenses, each hooked up to a HEROCast wireless transmitter.
It's no secret that GoPro has been vying for a VR product meant for the masses; the $5,000 (about £3,784/AU$6,583) pricetag for the Omni isn't exactly appropriate for the average consumer, after all.
That said, this isn't a confirmation of an entry-priced 360-degree GoPro. No formal announcement has been made yet - not to mention that the rig shown on the motorcycle appears somewhat on the experimental side.
Considering the company's struggling financial quarter last year - and the delay of its camera-equipped drone, Karma - GoPro could stand to shake things up and soon, but we'll just have to be patient before any concrete details of an entry-level VR device emerge.
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