Way back in 2003 Sony created the Digital Living Network Alliance, a nonprofit trade organization. DLNA defines the standards that enabled devices to share stuff like photos, video, music with each other. And it has more than 200 members responsible for more than 9000 different DLNA devices.
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HumanEyes technology just added one more device to that group, the VuzeXR. The VuzeXR Is a dual 2D 360 and 3D VR180 camera. The camera has a built-in DLN a server that provides smooth, seamless 4K experience with the Oculus Go headsets and other DLNA compliant systems.
“When we first demonstrated our DLNA integration with the Oculus Go at CES, channel partners and industry insiders applauded the consumer-centric approach; keeping it easy for Vuze XR Camera users to enjoy immersive pictures and video, in the worlds best selling VR headsets,” said Jim Malcolm, CMO of HumanEyes. “Plus, unlocking the 3D audio feature and other Vuze Studio enhancements further demonstrates our commitment to the VR industry as a whole.”
Now that feature has become a reality. By downloading the update from the website, at https://vuze.camera/vr-software/
you will be able to record videos and then play them back by connecting to your Oculus Go headset to view them.
I’ve also been told that this update will enhance compatibility with the updated Android and iOS applications. The VuzeVRStudio software update activates the 3D audio feature, 3D alignment tools and batch processing for PC and Apple computers.
Stay tuned to 360 Today to see the step by step tutorial on how to use this new feature.
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