The camera on the Nokia virtual reality costs 60 000 dollars

Nokia tries to reinvent himself after dividing the production of mobile phones and intends to do so in a new product category, which is still expected to boom - virtual reality. The Finnish company introduced the first camera for virtual reality Ozo summer, but only now is ready to share other details of price and availability, wrote "The Verge", quoted by As it can assume the device will not be quite cheap, since it will be intended for companies creating content.
The price of the camera, which can record video and audio 360 will cost 60,000 dollars and will be available in the first quarter of next year.Thus, Nokia will try to keep their place in this new category that early next year will be much more interesting. We expect the market to emerge devices like Playstation VR, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, which are considerably more powerful than current solutions such as Google Cardboard and Samsung Gear VR and promise to provide a quality experience for consumers.They will require the connection of high performance computers or game consoles. Nokia's strategy for early leadership in content creation for virtual reality repeats that of its mobile phones decades ago. Ozo is a product of Nokia Technologies - this is the division of the company, which deals with the management of the vast portfolio of intellectual property of Nokia. This allows the camera to take advantage of the vast expertise of the company in terms of optics, Camera, image, sound, etc. The decision will provide an opportunity to monitor footage in real time, which so far was not done because of the need for greater computing capability set. The camera will be available through various services for renting equipment, so it will be available to more artists, but Nokia plans to launch a cheaper version for ordinary users.