Nokia has entered into a partnership with Technicolor for promoting its VR camera Nokia OZO+. This partnership will result into creation of VR content using Nokia OZO+. The first project under this partnership will focus on 360 Masterclass sessions to be held at the Technicolor Experience Center (TEC) in Los Angeles.
Nokia has entered into a multi-year virtual reality (VR) partnership with The Walt Disney Studio. This agreement between Nokia and The Walt Disney Studios will see Nokia providing its OZO VR camera and software solutions to Disney. It will enable Disney filmmakers to create VR experiences to complement Disney's theatrical releases. As part
In a press-release sent to media, Nokia today announced its next-generation OZO solutions and also shared its vision of "OZO Reality", higher level of virtual reality experience. It also announced many partnerships with world-class companies touching each aspect of content creation, delivery and end-user experience. Coming to the new OZO
Nokia has entered into a partnership with Youku, the China's YouTube to create and distribute 3D 360 VR Content. The newly launched Nokia OZO Player SDK will be integrated in Youku's Apps and online platform. Youku boasts of 500 million monthly active users engaged in its premier online video platform
Nokia is live-streaming two classes for enthusiasts to train about 360 Film-making and Live Streaming in VR. Nokia has termed these classes as OZO MasterClass and the first one is already live on YouTube. Instructor is Alex Henning, Executive Producer of The Argos File. You can join now. Join Upload and
Nokia has released OZO software update 1.4.0 that not only brings new imaging features but also OZO Software Suite for Windows. It delivers significant improvements to image quality through both in-camera enhancements via firmware, as well as increased power, flexibility, and control through new features offered through our included OZO
This is a big win for Nokia OZO!! Sony Pictures has entered into a new multi-year worldwide agreement with Nokia Technologies. Sony will use Nokia OZO to create immersive VR content for its viewers. Sony will also integrate OZO Player SDK into Sony Pictures Home Entertainment's Privilege Plus app, available