Nokia’s OZO+ VR cameras will no longer be sold after December 15.
The company said that the limited remaining stock of the OZO+ Professional VR Camera and its related software will only be available for purchase until next week.
Nokia is offering discounts on the official price of €23,500 inclusive of an OZO Creator and OZO Live software licence.
The company recently announced support for up to 60 frames per second video with OZO Creator, along with real time stereoscopic 360° VR streaming from a Windows 10 laptop, and spatial audio mixing.
Nokia announced in October that it was halting further development of its OZO VR camera, citing “slower-than-expected development of the VR market”.
The company said that it planned to reduce VR investments, in a strategic rethink that would result in the layoff of up to 310 of Nokia Technologies’ roughly 1,090 employees – mainly in Finland, the US and UK.
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23 July 2021 @ 19:30:00 UTC