Saturday, 1 August 2015

Nokia unveils OZO: 360 degree VR camera

Nokia’s event in Los Angeles wasn’t a smartphone, but instead a 360-degree film camera for virtual reality projects. Named OZO, it is intended for Hollywood and other video makers who intend to use virtual reality in the future. The eight sensors that cover the spherical camera will collect film in 360-degrees, with playback stitched together within minutes. Nokia claims this is the first of its kind, with playback through VR normally taking hours in post production. This near real-time software is a big enhancement for directors, who want to check a scene for mistakes before moving on. The software stitching… [Continue Reading]

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