HumanEyes Technologies, Ltd. unveiled a new VR camera at The Cannes Film Festival that is capable of 3D, 360-degree content in real-time. This point and shoot camera will have an asking price of $799, relatively cheaper than other 3D VR cameras sold by Nokia and Google.
Vuze camera is compact with a size of 4.7 inches x 4.7 inches x 1 inch and is lightweight that it can fit inside most pockets. It also has a unique disc shape and eight Full HD cameras, at 1080p, which can record videos, images and sound simultaneously. Moreover, it boasts of 4K resolution 360-degree video capability that can be displayed from any 3D device, television or headset as well as any device with VR platform.
The cameras are strategically located, with two cameras on each side of the device and equipped with 120-degree horizontal /180-degree vertical fields of view. This also allows 360 video clips at 30fps in 4K resolution. Also, with the use of an app, it can be remotely controlled by the user. It also is compatible with PCs and Macs.
Another interesting feature of Vuze camera is its capability to do away with the complexities of post-production tasks since it can process video recordings with just a touch of a button.
Vuze camera is designed with two lenses on each side that it is capable of creating a stereoscopic image regardless of direction. Also, apart from footage processing that can be done in a minute, it also comes with Vuze Studio software that allows the user to export the video. This software also uses advanced stitching effects that will make stitching seams invisible on top of the editing tools and 3D effects that come with it.
Vuze camera is available in different colors and also comes with a tripod that can also be used as a selfie stick.