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.
You Might Also Enjoy Our 360 Video Archive
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.
Check more 360 Degree VR Cameras
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.