Capture the full experience and not just a scene with the black, dual-capture Vuze XR 3D VR180° / 2D 360° 5.7K Camera. The camera records H.264 MP4 video at resolutions up to 5.7K at 30 fps and takes 18MP photos at up to 5760 x 3260 resolution with an adjustable ISO from 100 to 1600. In-camera stitching can be performed with footage up to 4K at 60 fps, while 5.7K stitching is performed with desktop software.
The Vuze XR is set up with two Sony 12MP CMOS sensors, an Ambarella H2 video processor, and two 210° f/2.4 fisheye lenses; one lens is set up in 3D VR180° mode and the other is set up in 2D 360° mode. The camera also features four 48 kHz MEMS microphones that record to four AAC audio tracks to capture 360° surround sound.
The Vuze XR mobile app for iOS and Android remotely controls the camera over 2.4 or 5 GHz Wi-Fi, and allows you to edit, add post production effects like titling and filters, livestream, and share your videos and photos to social media sites such as HumanEyesZone, YouTube, and Facebook. The Vuze VR Studio desktop app for Mac and Windows allows basic stitching and editing of both 180° and 360° video, and can also stream and share to the internet.
The camera records to a removable, UHS-III-compatible microSD card and features a USB 3.0 Type-C port for charging and to transfer data. The built-in 1150mAh LiPo battery lasts approximately one hour. The Vuze XR can also be used underwater with a separately available, waterproof case. A camera hand strap, a protective pouch that can be used to clean the camera lenses, and a USB 3.0 Type-A to Type-C cable are included.
3D VR180° and 2D 360° Camera
In-Camera and Desktop Stitching
Storage and Ports
Vuze XR Smartphone App
Vuze XR Studio Desktop Software Requirements
Windows 8.1, CPU with AVX support, 4GB RAM, Integrated or discrete GPU with 2GB RAM, DirectX 11, OpenCL 1.2, and the most recent drivers.
Windows 10, CPU with AVX support, 8 GB RAM or higher, Fast discrete GPU (NVIDIA, AMD) with 3GB RAM, DirectX 11, OpenCL 1.2, and the most recent drivers.
macOS Sierra (12.0) or later, GPU supporting OpenCL 1.2