Vuze XR Dual-Mode Camera Content Now Available on Oculus Go
HumanEyes Technologies announced an exciting new level of compatibility in its Vuze XR Dual-Mode Camera. The update will allow for streaming and downloading of its VR180 and 2D 360-degree content directly onto an Oculus Go wireless VE headset and other DLNA-compliant devices.
“When we first demonstrated our DLNA integration with the Oculus Go at CES, channel partners and industry insiders applauded the consumer-centric approach; keeping it easy for Vuze XR Camera users to enjoy immersive pictures and video, in the worlds best selling VR headsets,” said Jim Malcolm, CMO of HumanEyes. “Plus, unlocking the 3D audio feature and other Vuze Studio enhancements further demonstrates our commitment to the VR industry as a whole."
The breakthrough Vuze XR Dual-Mode Camera is lightweight and easy to handle, but packs a punch with stunning 5.7K resolution at 30fps in both 360 and VR180 formats in addition to 4K at 60fps and 30fps. The built-in accelerometer and gyroscope allow for motion tracking, video stabilization, in-camera stitching, 18 megapixel still images and four MEMS 48KHz microphones to completely immerse users in an astonishing sight and sound experience.
Vuze XR Camera owners can access the DLNA feature by performing a firmware update, available now, which will activate the 3D Audio feature, 3D alignment tools and batch processing for PC and Apple computer users.
The Vuze XR MSRP is $439 and is available at leading retailers including Amazon, B&H, Adorama, and through https://vuze.camera/.