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OZO emerges from blaze as Imeve; Leap Motion throws headset curve ball

In October 2017, Nokia hung up its OZO virtual reality boots, instead chasing down software defined infrastructure and systems integration markets. Unbeknown to many, Nokia’s failed VR venture was quietly reborn in January this year as a start-up called Imeve – which is showcasing the resurrection of OZO for the first time at NAB. Just to be clear, Imeve is purely in the software business, picking up what OZO left behind and rebranding as a start-up – where the media spotlight is less blinding. What will come of the hardware corpse of OZO is still a mystery, although a line reading “additional cameras coming soon” on the Imeve website gives us a clue – on the assumption Imeve software continues…

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