Many believe that to stay relevant in today’s tech world, one must be willing to adapt. Former smartphone manufacturer Nokia has shown that willingness this week as they debuted what may be the VR camera to beat.
The Nokia Ozo is a 360 degree virtual reality camera that captures audio as well as video. While that doesn’t sound impressive on the surface, the key to this innovation is in the real time functionality. The Ozo allows filmmakers to see a near complete render of their film as they’re filming. Full specs available on the Nokia site.
2016 is quickly shaping up to be the year for VR, with devices ranging from consumer to professional in both use and price. At $60,000, the Ozo is surely turning heads.