Nokia Ozo Virtual Reality Camera

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Virtual reality is the next big thing. It’s not a matter of if, but when. And Nokia is looking to be a part of the VR movement as they roll out their Nokia Ozo.

Toting the title of the world’s first commercially available VR camera, the Ozo lets content creators take advantage of products like the Oculus Rift (and the many more VR devices that are just beyond the horizon). Looking more like a UFO than your standard action cam, the device is equipped with eight synchronized global shutter sensors working in conjunction with eight integrated microphones to capture stereoscopic 3D video, and truly immersive audio for an unrivaled experience. Each one will also come with accompanying software that allows for real-time viewing, a feature that’s sure to be a hit among VR enthusiasts. No word on the exact specs or pricing details at the moment, but expect Nokia to reveal more information in the near future. [Purchase]

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