Nokia announced its entrance into the virtual reality field with its OZO camera. The OZO is aimed at a professional audience, namely VR creators and filmmakers. They haven't announced a release date or many specifics. What we do know is it shoots stereoscopic 3D video using eight synchronized global shutter sensors, and an additional eight integrated microphones capture spatial audio. What got the most buzz though, is its playback feature. In real time, users can watch the 3D video without going through an assembly process to stitch input from the different cameras together.
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Erin Carson is a Staff Reporter for CNET and a former Multimedia Editor for TechRepublic.