The Vuze All of immersive media encompassing VR, AR, MR and beyond. camera’s unique design enables shooting either 5.7K 360 monoscopic video and 5.7K 3D 180-degree (VR180) video. Simply clip the lenses together to shoot 360, or click them out to shoot VR180.
Alongside the pre-order announcement, we’ve also learned a bit more about the Vuze All of immersive media encompassing VR, AR, MR and beyond. camera.
Not only will the Vuze All of immersive media encompassing VR, AR, MR and beyond. camera be able to record 5.7K monoscopic 360 or stereoscoic 180 video, but it will also be able to Distribute video playback in real-time. either format either via smartphone or computer to Facebook, YouTube and more. However, smartphone stitching is limited to 4K The number of pixels in an image, typically presented as a ratio of the total pixels on x axis to the total pixels on th... More, both for recorded and live video.
In addition to capturing 5.7K content at 30 fps, the camera will also be able to capture 4K content at 60 fps. It can also capture photos at resolutions of 18MP.
The camera will have a mobile app for iOS and Android, as well as a companion desktop editing software for Mac and Windows for stitching full-resolution 5.7K video. The app will enable remote control of the camera, photo and video preview, editing and upload, stabilization control, filters, stickers and text, and more.
There will also be a feature called “Director’s Cut”, which is essentially the same reframing tool as GoPro’s overcapture or Inta360’s free capture tools.
Vuze All of immersive media encompassing VR, AR, MR and beyond. camera owners will also gain access to HumanEyes one, a VR website creation tool for hosting and sharing content.
And, HumanEyes is working closely with Google to get the Vuze All of immersive media encompassing VR, AR, MR and beyond. camera VR180-certified.
Pre-orders will be open through November 4, and include a free bundle of accessories, including a 360° underwater case, a micro SD card and free worldwide shipping. Cameras are expected to begin shipping at the end of November.
Immersive Shooter will be learning more about the new camera at this year’s Photokina, so stay tuned for more information.
To pre-order the Vuze XR camera, visit VuzeXR.com.