Nokia OZO becomes the future tech of VRs

ozo2While plenty of major tech companies are pumping cash into the VR future, the market will be doomed unless there’s plenty of great 360-degree video around. Selling face-masking headsets is one half of the equation, so now Nokia is back, and it’s back in a big way.

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In simple words, the OZO is a 360° camera. Nokia’s $60,000 Ozo camera records stereoscopic 3D video, captured through eight synchronised video sensors. It’ll capture audio coming from all directions too, and records 45 minutes of 360-degree footage onto proprietary storage, at 30 frames per second.
This $60,000 piece of hardware capable of recording 360-degree audio and video in full stereoscopic 3D. The only problem, of course, is that the camera is meant to capture footage for virtual reality headsets, and those aren’t all that ubiquitous … yet.

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NOKIA OZO BECOMES THE FUTURE TECH OF VRS

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While plenty of major tech companies are pumping cash into the VR future, the market will be doomed unless there’s plenty of great 360-degree video around. Selling face-masking headsets is one half of the equation, so now Nokia is back, and it’s back in a big way.

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Nokia

In simple words, the OZO is a 360° camera. Nokia’s $60,000 Ozo camera records stereoscopic 3D video, captured through eight synchronised video sensors. It’ll capture audio coming from all directions too, and records 45 minutes of 360-degree footage onto proprietary storage, at 30 frames per second.
This $60,000 piece of hardware capable of recording 360-degree audio and video in full stereoscopic 3D. The only problem, of course, is that the camera is meant to capture footage for virtual reality headsets, and those aren’t all that ubiquitous … yet.
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The OZO is described as “a sleek, gray, cantaloupe-size sphere with eight lenses inside it,” which combine to record completely spherical footage. Eight microphones also record and recreate true surround sound. While Nokia has tested the OZO’s capabilities to capture VR video of astronauts in immersion pools at NASA’s Houston base, the camera is also set to capture aerial footage when mounted to a drone. Here’s some features of the ozo-
Real Time Monitoring
Live Virtual Reality Preview
360×360 surround sound
Wireless live broadcast

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