Vuze’s $800 VR camera outdoes most by filming in 3D


Virtual reality is tech’s hottest topic right now, but very few consumers have access to the gear to watch VR content, and even fewer have the tools to make their own. Vuze wants to change that with its $ 799 VR camera. The device uses eight wide-angle 1080p cameras to stitch together 4K footage. In fact, Vuze is confident enough in its technology to claims 3D quality comparable with Nokia’s Ozo or Facebook’s Surround 360 – cameras that cost tens of thousands of dollars. The sample footage doesn’t look that good, but still impressive for its price. You might be thinking, “but aren’t there 360-degree cameras…

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