In 2013 Nokia handed over its' handset business to Microsoft for a few billion dollars. This left us with more questions than answers—the biggest being: what's next for Nokia? Fear-not, Nokia is not dead—it just has a new focus.
Today marks the beginning of a new vision for Nokia. One that has its' feet firmly planted on virtual-reality. Introducing the Ozo. Aside from its' quirky sounding name, this little device has a lot to prove.
Ozo is a next-generation camera for capturing video and audio in 360 degrees. A few key-features that make the Ozo great are:
- VR in real-time
- Live Monitoring
- Rapid Playback
Nokia claims that the Ozo is the most advanced VR film-making platform to date. Here's to hoping it lives up to the hype.
Virtual Reality has been increasingly getting more attention. YouTube even added a category of videos specifically for virtual reality.