Nokia delivers big update to its OZO VR creative products

Nokia delivers big update to its OZO VR creative products

By | April 19th, 2017
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Nokia may not be a company that you’ve thought about much since the

company sold its handset division to Microsoft in 2014, but since then, the

company has invested most of its time into growing out its communication

businesses across the globe.


Nokia has been throwing some early efforts behind high-end VR capture through its oddly beautiful $40k OZO virtual reality camera.

Today, Nokia is delivering a major update to its “OZO Reality Platform” which gives producers the ability to capture, edit and livestream VR footage in a cohesive package.

For a good deal of those in the virtual reality filmmaking industry, every shoot represents a new chance to 3D-print a rig that holsters a half dozen DSLRs frankensteined together. Others looking to capture VR are less adventurous and OZO is sold as a high quality rig that works reliably out of the box. The company’s OZO brand is about more than just the camera however as it builds a suite of software tools to enable more intimate VR editing and more seamless VR live-streaming.

The company has delivered some firmware updates to its camera which it’s now calling OZO+, giving it some new image processing wits as well as the ability to export depth maps.

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Nisheeth Bhakuni

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