New York City, NY—HumanEyes Technologies unveiled its upcoming Vuze XR camera. Its dual-camera design enables consumers to capture, create and share both high-resolution photos and full motion video. Moreover, video records in either 5.7K 360° (2D) or stereoscopic VR180 (3D) formats.
The Vuze XR camera is portable; however, it combines two advanced capture systems into one pocketable device. The unique dual-camera design provides visual storytellers with the dynamics of a full 360° camera—and with a single click, they can convert to an immersive VR180 format.
The camera is targeted at content creators, social media enthusiasts, travelers, adventure seekers, families and creators of all types. Moreover, it offers them the ability to record or share live to mobile phones, computers and VR headsets.
“The Vuze XR camera is a must have for anyone with a story or special moment to share, from consumers to prosumers. With powerful 360° and VR180 5.7K camera technology built in, along with instant sharing and a live-streaming mode, anyone can enjoy the freedom of shooting their story, the way they want,” said Shahar Bin-Nun, CEO of HumanEyes Technologies.
Vuze XR Main Features
The new camera permits users to:
• capture as well as share full 360° or immersive VR180 video or photos
• “click” between standard 360° mode (when the camera is closed) and 3D VR180 mode (when the camera is open).
• enjoy high-resolution, 5.7K video.
• live stream to popular social media channels
“One camera can now live stream in 360° from a concert,take immersive VR180 pictures of the band, and record your friends singing along to edit and share the full experience later,” added Bin-Nun
“We’re giving users the freedom to spontaneously shoot content from all angles, or only a few, and we can’t wait to see what’s created with it.”
The Vuze XR camera joins the company’s VR camera line, which also includes the Vuze and Vuze+ VR cameras.
Humaneyes’ Vuze XR camera ships in the fourth quarter of 2018. It will retail in the $400 price range. Additional camera details, specifications and also pricing will be available in the coming months.