The Nokia Ozo 360 VR Camera is the choice of professionals, no more complex multi-camera rigs and worrying if all cameras are recording and how long will those Go-Pro batteries last!
OZO is the first Virtual Reality camera system specifically designed for professional production. Powerful yet compact, OZO captures 360° spherical video and 360x360 surround sound with cutting-edge Live Virtual Reality Preview, and seamlessly integrates with existing video and audio compositing workflows.
This is the first Virtual Reality device to capture 360° spherical video and 360x360 surround sound, with the elegant workflow professionals need.
Currently our crew are working on the behind the scenes footage of the new Steven Spielberg movie 'Ready Player One', at Leavesden Studios, if its working well on his production then surely you need it on yours.
We offer a complete package. Our Ozo will arrive with it's own trained operator taking the hassle out of setting up, rigging and worrying if you have got things right, so you can just concentrate on directing or managing your client. Alternatively we can supply a Director for you, one thats use't to working in the 360° VR environment and knows how to make the most out of this powerful tool.
At the end of the day, all your fantastic footage will go to our post-production team and the magic will begin!
Image stitching for Smartphone, tablet or similar devices for 360° view, along with HTC Vive or Samsung Gear VR.
This will create your image based on the world as seen through the smartphone view, with the user able to select the points to view as they move through your film clips.
For the Samsung Gear the clips can be loaded onto a compatible device and simply inserted into the headset, allowing you to control the clip selection and view your immersive world
The clips also have 'spacial 3D audio' meaning the more prominent audio occurs where the action is focused, adding to the immersive experience.
Nokia Software stitching of up to 4 clips, 30 seconds each.
1 day of post-production stitching and refining.
12 hours of video render.