Nokia and Technicolor will work to create new VR content using Nokia’s OZO+ camera and OZO content creation tools, as part of a new partnership deal.
The companies’ first project will be a series of 360 Masterclass sessions that will be held at the Technicolor Experience in Los Angeles, designed to teach professionals how to create compelling VR films.
Marcie Jastrow, SVP of immersive media and head of the Technicolor Experience Centre, said that Technicolor has a long history in using its colour-science and image processing technology to work with camera manufacturers to create high quality capture techniques.
“That is why the Technicolor Experience Center is proud to be partnering with Nokia to offer classes that will explore the creation of high quality immersive content,” said Jastrow.
Csilla Kozma, head of content relations, Nokia Technologies, said: “The opening of the TEC allows us to elevate our relationship and share the key learnings we have gained in virtual reality with a wider audience through a series of Masterclasses.”
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