Nokia is back with a virtual reality camera
Nokia is back, this time with a camera.
The Finnish company reveled Ozo, a new virtual reality camera that is specifically crafted for professional filmmakers that want to experiment with this new video environment.
The camera is shaped like a sphere with multiple camera sensors and microphones that capture a 360-degree video, which will allow the viewer to interact with the virtual space. Most importantly, the device also has a feature that lets the filmmaker see the "frame" in real time by wearing a VR set, which was previously impossible with other cameras that needed processing before the video was viewable.
The specs and price is not yet public but here is a preview video of the camera:
Here is a better look:
And some humor evoked by nostalgic similarities:
More from AOL.com:
Here are the most beautiful and awkward things on Google Street View
Man shoots down a drone flying over his backyard
This $39 kit lets you turn yourself into a cyborg