VUZE Camera Promises to be First Affordable, Consumer 3D VR Option
Here’s something you might’ve missed if you were speeding through the various CES tradeshow halls and not paying entirely close enough attention to everything that was going on at CES (looks around sheepishly hoping no one notices that he’s talking about himself…)—HumanEyes Technologies, a manufacturer of photographic 3D, animated content and lenticular graphic arts unveiled a consumer-ready virtual reality and 3D camera.
And it’s going to be priced at under $1,000.
The VUZE camera and accompanying dedicated software studio will “bring immersive content creation to the masses,” the company said in a statement. The device combines advanced 3D and 2D capture technology using eight Full HD cameras and an easy-to-use point-and-shoot form factor, while the VUZE Studio software provides “groundbreaking advances” in 360-degree 3D content creation with its near-real-time stitching capabilities (about 1 minute per image) and seamless stitching via a proprietary technology called Adaptive Blending.