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Nokia’s Ozo combines stereoscopic video with 3D audio | Gizmag


curated by | July 31, 2015

For any of the VR headsets coming to market to succeed, there needs to be VR content to immerse ourselves in. Nokia is hoping to fill this burgeoning need with Ozo, the world’s first commercially available VR camera aimed at content creation professionals.

John Payne’s insight:
A likely early application for this device is on telepresence robots, but before long they’ll probably also be used to provide sensory data for mapping and navigation. They’ll probably be at their best suspended from balloons in still air.



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