Report of the training and practice of SDU students held on 10/27/2018, 11/07/2018,
11/08/2018 @SEZ PIT Alatau

2 nd and 3 rd grade students of SDU took part in the assembly and testing of the ORBI Prime,
word’s first 360º video recording eyewear. The camera incorporates two 1080p cameras on the
front corners and two 1080p cameras on the rear tips of the temples to enable continuous 360-
degree 4K video and still photo capture around your head. ORBI Prime’s batteries supply 60
minutes of recording time, has built-in Wi-Fi, 9-axis image stabilization, are IP64 water-
resistant, and an included strap holds in wavy long hair that could mar your footage. As a result
of training (10/27/2018, 11/07/2018, 11/08/2018), students conducted imperative experiments
with highly sensitive electronics, learned how to assemble and test the complex wearable ORBI
camera. Some of the experiments conducted by students at the plant:


1)       FCT skills (functionality circuit test) - produced test on the assembly line.

  • a. Verification of compliance of parameters of individual electronic components with the required specifications

i. Power board - currents, voltage, SD card, buttons, wifi chip withantenna.
ii. Main board - currents, voltages, flash memory,
iii. Battery - charging current, discharging current, temperature sensor
iv. Performance of the connecting FPC cables
(flexible printed circuits) 
v. Camera modules performance

  • b. Testing the performance of assembled electronic circuits before assembling the device.

i. Battery charge

ii. Firmware burn
iii. Launching
iv. Wifi connection with mobile app
v. Streaming the video
vi. Video recording

2)       Assembling and gluing the main elements of the casingg using special equipment and
various types of glue for gluing different construction materials, such as:

  • a. Metal - aluminum temples for the discharge and heat dissipation emitted by the video chip during operation 
  • b. Plastic - internal panels to isolate the human head skin from the heatgenerated by the video chip), ensuring the mobility and flexibility of the case to ensure comfortable wearing of glasses for people with different head sizes
  • c. Rubber - isolation of auricles from aluminum side panels, help in fixingthe user's hair from falling into the viewing angle of the rear cameras, ensuring soft and comfortable wearing of glasses on the nose.

3)       Assembly of electronic components in accordance with the requirements of the most
advanced radio-electronic devices, which include:

  • a. Compact layout of multiple FPCs (flexible printed circuits) 
  • b. Mechanically complex assembly of electronic boards along with other components into the body of glasses
  • c. The most accurate installation of image sensor modules.

The training was held by ORBI’s VP of Engineering – Konstantin Klinkov, who had previously
worked with NASA, ESA (European Space Agency), JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration
Agency) and Boeing and lived in Germany for 15 years as a team lead in scientific corporation.