HumanEyes Technologies Launched Vuze 4K/3D 360 Degree Consumer Camera @ CES 2016
Human Eyes Technologies, a 3D and computer vision expert since 2000, has showcased a disc-shaped 4K / 3D 360 degree consumer camera called Vuze at this year’s CES. The 360 camera has 8 built-in camera lens that each captures spherical images or videos at 30 frames per seconds and 4K high resolution.
The captured 360 video footage can be transferred directly to a computer, or stored on SD card inside Vuze 360 camera. Vuze 360 camera will be available with an additional accessory that could be used as a stand or a selfie stick! The spec of the camera is 12 x 12 x 3cm and weights about 250 grams.
Vuze 360 Camera Using Adaptive Blending – A Seamless Internal Stitching Technique
Vuze camera is designed to be a easy to use consumer grade VR camera that will be controlled by a bundled mobile device app, and offers internal, seamless stitching, using a stitching technique called Adaptive Blending. Which will save a lot of headache for consumers, not having to go through video stitching process. The company claims Vuze is able perform near real-time internal stitching once the video is captured.
According to Vuze team, the camera will be shipped around August, and pre-order is scheduled to start in March. The price will be less than $1,000 USD, and is likely to fall near $800 range, which is much lower than most 360 degee camera available to consumer today.