CES 2018: Vuze+ 3D 360 4K VR Camera Live Broadcasting Spatial Audio New Optics

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With substantial upgrades added to the original Vuze 3D 360 Camera, which had made a great impression on users, the brand that goes by the same name as it flagship product has just announced the Vuze+. The new release will add live broadcasting via a USB connection to a computer, enhanced audio capture, spatial audio output, enhanced optics, and IP65 dust/water jet resistance. All the previous advanced features will still be there. Like the original, the Vuze+ packs eight 2MP sensors with eight lenses together to allow capture of 360 spherical VR photo/video in stereoscopic 3D, providing in return one UHD 4K image for each eye.

With the addition of the new broadcast feature, users will be able to broadcast their 3D 360 (as well as 2D 360) adventures live! The original Vuze was designed with four onboard MEMS microphones, so the new audio updates, having so much to work with to begin with, are certainly promising. Of course, the lens improvements, based on custom lenses, are equally exciting. The Vuze+ comes as a hardware/software solution that includes stitching/editing software for Mac and Windows, and a capture and preview app for iOS and Android. The editing software offers horizontal stabilization among its other features. The Vuze+ records to microSD cards and runs on a built-in battery. Please check out the B&H website for more information on all the features and accessories of the new Vuze+.

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