HumanEyes Technology released its ‘prosumer’ model virtual reality (VR) camera in March 2017. The company have now announced that the device will be getting a new app, under-water case and Apple Mac compatibility, among other new features and improvements.
The Vuze VR camera was advertised as the first 3D-360 degree VR camera that could capture VR video and audio while still being affordable. New features introduced with the update include:
- Beta availability for the Mac.
- A new underwater case, which will soon be available for $2,995 (USD) for capturing events underwater.
- Improved stitch refinement and colour matching
- Google Street View integration
- New Android and iOS app – which will include previews for videos and images
“We’re hearing from prosumers, filmmakers and the creative community that the Vuze VR Camera’s simplicity and affordability is filling a huge gap in their ability to create 360 VR content. And, after our initial launch we’re getting some great feedback from current users on how to make the camera even better,” said Humaneyes Technologies’ CEO, Shahar Bin-Nun. “With these updates we’re making it even easier to create and share truly immersive experiences, whether it’s capturing 360 VR video on land or shooting under the sea.”
“We’ve also been getting lots of requests to make it possible to live stream VR content captured from the Vuze VR Camera and are happy to announce that we’ll have those and other features live early next year,” added Bin-Nun.
HumanEyes Technologies will be showcasing the Vuze VR Camera at the IFA Berlin Trade Fair in Hall 11.1 at Booth #133. Further information on the Vuze VR camera can be found on the official website.
VRFocus will bring you further news on the Vuze VR Camera as it becomes available.