Humaneyes Technologies has announced several major enhancements to its Vuze VR Camera, which they describe as the industry’s “first affordable 3D-360 degree virtual reality (VR) camera”. The camera’s updates include beta availability of the Vuze VR Studio for Mac; a new under water case that allows for VR video to be captured under water; Google Street View integration; and coming soon, a new Android and iOS app with image and video preview functionality, new exposure settings and media playback on the camera. Humaneyes also announced that it will bring its muchanticipated live streaming capabilities to the Vuze VR Camera in early 2018.
KEY SELLING POINTS
A new underwater case slips over the pocket-sized camera enabling users to capture and share professional quality VR video of subaquatic adventures.
Updates to the Vuze VR Studio to further simplify and increase the quality of rendered immersive content, including stitch refinement tools, simple color matching adjustments and more seamless image stitching for the eight full HD cameras used by the Vuze VR Camera.
Google Street View live integration
gives users the ability to automatically create, edit and share content directly to Google Street View, making it the first 3D-360 VR camera with this built-in feature.
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