Nokia keeps its distance from the consumer electronics market, but occasionally dabbles in it to some surprising, and arguably interesting results. So they make another gadget comeback, with a massive blast and price scaring range.
It's a sleek, gray, sphere with eight lenses inside it that has a somewhat ominous presence. Worth a pocket tearing $60,000.
The device came with too many lenses. And the reason, according to phonearea was:
"Well, to film virtual-reality video with today's available technology, a filmmaker typically has to rig a number of cameras pointing their lenses in different directions. The OZO is designed to do that right out of the box, with all the cameras and microphones contained within a single device. The cam is still something of a work in progress, though. Nokia’s software is still learning how to seamlessly stitch together the separate video streams from different lenses in the scenario of live VR broadcasts. But the problem should reach a resolution by the end of the year, via a software update. Regardless, Nokia is happy to have an early entry into the virtual reality camera market, and believes OZO's launch is a milestone in its ambition to make the revitalized consumer hardware division complement its ongoing business with telecommunications equipment."
With such great VR camera. Gaming would be massive and much more fun.
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