Wed, Dec 02, 2015, 07:15 AM
Nokia unveiled virtual-reality camera called Ozo which can record stereoscopic 3D video and spatial audio through eight synchronized shutters and integrated microphones. The camera can operate wirelessly and can record video with all the data stored as a single file, or capture it for live broadcast. However, the companies have to shell out $60,000 for a camera and might come into market in the first quarter of 2016. If price is too high then one can go for Odyssey priced at $15,000. Google has partnered with GoPro to create the Odyssey.