Nokia has lessened the cost of its top of the line VR camera Ozo by $15,000. The new worldwide price for Ozo, which is meant to record 360° spherical video and 360×360 is now is $45,000. The camera is capable of encompassing sound to make immersive viewing content by means of virtual reality (VR) gadgets.
“Ozo enables the creation of immersive virtual reality experiences that actually move us emotionally, and move us to act,” said Ramzi Haidamus, president of Nokia Technologies.
“Through Ozo we can feel more present in the lives of people we’ve never met, and widen the circle of empathy in ways we could never have imagined before. Technology that moves us this deeply is technology that moves us all forward.”
Nokia is likewise extending the accessibility of Ozo, declaring it will dispatch in the Chinese business sector — taking pre-orders from one month from now that is scheduled to start shipping in October.
The company is banding together with Chinese online video organization LeEco in the business sector in order to appropriate Ozo content through its VR division, LeVR.
Initially, Nokia introduced Ozo VR camera in December 2015. In those days, it was estimated at $60,000 for preorders with shipment dates set for the Q1 2016. At first went for the US as well European markets, the Ozo VR camera is aimed at particularly those in the content development.
What it means is content developers will definitely be benefited by this, especially those who wish to make yield into the new immersive configuration. As VR advances in the moderately youthful industry, Nokia expects to stamp its domain in the expert VR creation space with Ozo.
At this moment, the Nokia Ozo would even now cost $15,000 more than the Surround 360, however, will be accessible as the finalized product as opposed to a that of the customers who would need to assemble things on their own.
For experts in this field of business, a final product would seem like a superior arrangement than collecting one at a less expensive cost.