Nokia launches Ozo Live and offers customers free access for a year worth $9000 US, By Sarah Redohl

The Nokia Ozo (Photo courtesy of Nokia)

Lucky enough to own a Nokia OZO 360 camera? If so, it’s time to snag a free one-year license to OZO Live, Nokia’s software solution that allows live broadcasting of 3D 360 VR video and audio from the OZO.

OZO Live stitches footage from the OZO’s eight perfectly synced cameras in real time and outputs either monoscopic or stereoscopic (i.e. 3D) video and 3D audio. After the promotion ends, a one-year commercial license for OZO Live will cost $9,000 or 8,000€.

On September 30, Nokia announced the launch of OZO Live to a handful of countries, including the U.S., Canada, EU, China, Macau, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan and South Korea. The company also announced free one-year licenses to the software for existing and new OZO customers from now through the end of 2016.

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