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Nokia plans comeback on back of VR, expert vendors on board

The Nokia as we traditionally know it is no more, and the reborn company of today is pinning a core part of its future business strategy on emerging virtual reality (VR) technologies. In the run-up to NAB next week, Nokia has announced the launch of OZO Reality – an updated set of technologies for supporting the delivery, creation and end user experience of VR content. Nokia is hoping to propel uptake of its OZO camera, a $40,000 piece of kit with eight sensors and eight microphones, by bundling in its updated software packages to provide producers with a tempting all-round tool set. The specs and partners look impressive, but perhaps OZO’s only serious challenger in the space at present is…

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