Nokia is reinventing itself with “OZO”


A  key feature sets OZO apart for filmmakers: is the inclusion of live monitoring with what Nokia calls “dynamic rendering” using eight lenses and microphones in real time. This kind of turnkey solution seems ideal for documentarists and journalists and even in some NASA projects, Haidamus anticipated. OZO has the look of a a 9.3-pound sphere.It is priced at $60,000. However, “we’re going to make Ozo available for rent at rental houses, to make it accessible, and of course we need to start thinking about how can we make it more accessible to prosumers,” Nokia’s president said. When is talking about the simplicity of use, “stick it somewhere, press record, and it goes.”


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