Nokia disclosed Wednesday its new virtual-reality camera for expert movie producers and content creators. “We’re excited to acquaint OZO with the content creation world, and to characterize a totally new classification of virtual reality catch and playback solutions,” Ramzi Haidamus, president of Nokia Technologies, said in an announcement.
The ball-shaped device catches 3D footage for content creation for gadgets, for example, the inexorably well known headsets that let clients immerse themselves in virtual games. Nokia was the world’s top cell phone maker somewhere around 1998 and 2011 at the same time, in the wake of neglecting to react to the quick ascent of cell phones, the Finnish organization sold its handset unit to Microsoft in 2014.
From that point forward the organization has focused on its system foundation business. Presently Nokia Technologies, the organization’s propelled innovation and business, is looking toward a rebound to gadgets with its new camera. Be that as it may, in mid-July the organization reported it was taking a gander at returning the cell telephone promotion by striking a deal with another firm before the end of 2016.
Nokia said the OZO camera has eight synchronized sensors and will catch spatial sound through eight coordinated receivers. The gadget is being produced at the organization’s offices in Tampere, Finland. Nokia said the camera will be manufactured in Finland, without determining where. The main cameras could be taken off before the year’s over.