Whaaat?

Instead of diving into 3D computer-generated simulation of a pre-prepared world, Nokia’s next-gen spherical camera is actually teleporting me across the room in real time. But that distance of just a few feet could easily be hundreds of miles. That possibility in particular speaks to Nokia’s plan.

Tell me more!

Nokia considers virtual reality the best business to exploit its deep expertise in optics, sensors and audio, and wants to use it to revolutionize media and entertainment. That’s what Ozo is to Nokia: a category changer. For starters, it will allow people to be in different places, revisit the past looking around in a different directions, and experience a story in different ways. Anyone working in the field will tell you that VR is going to be about a lot more than just games.

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