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    With the touch of a button, the Vuze XR transforms from a 360° camera to a VR180 camera, enabling content creators to spontaneously tell any story, from every angle

    (LONDON – July 19, 2018) Consumers and prosumers alike will be able to capture and share engaging content, life’s adventures and memorable moments in stunning 360° (2D) or stereoscopic VR180 (3D), all from one innovative device. HumanEyes Technologies today announced its upcoming Vuze XR Camera, designed to capture, create and share both high-resolution photos and full motion video, in either 5.7K 360° or VR180 formats.

    Available in the fourth quarter of 2018, the Vuze XR Camera will transform storytelling by providing the visual dynamics of a full 360° camera, and with a single click, convert to an immersive VR180 format. The unique dual-camera design is portable, simple-to-use and seamlessly combines two advanced capture systems into one pocketable device, giving content creators, social media enthusiasts, world travellers, adventure seekers, families and creators of all types the power and convenience to record or share live to mobile phones, computers and VR headsets alike.

    The Vuze XR Camera allows users to:

    • Capture and share full 360° or immersive VR180 video or photos
    • “Click” between standard 360° mode (when the camera is closed) and 3D VR180 mode (when the camera is open)
    • Enjoy industry leading, high-resolution, 5.7K video
    • Live stream to popular social media channels

    "The Vuze XR Camera is a must have for anyone with a story or special moment to share, from consumers to prosumers. With powerful 360° and VR180 5.7K camera technology built in, along with instant sharing and a live streaming mode, anyone can enjoy the freedom of shooting their story, the way they want,” said Shahar Bin-Nun, CEO of HumanEyes Technologies. “One camera can now live stream in 360° from a concert, take immersive VR180 pictures of the band, and record your friends singing along to edit and share the full experience later. We’re giving users the freedom to spontaneously shoot content from all angles, or only a few, and we can’t wait to see what’s created with it.”

    The Vuze XR Camera is the latest innovation from the company’s award-winning VR camera line, which includes the Vuze and Vuze+ VR cameras, the first cost effective 3D-360° VR camera solution has made content creation accessible to anyone.

    The Vuze XR Camera will be available for purchase in the £400 price range. Additional camera details, specifications and pricing will be available in the coming months. To see the Vuze XR Camera in action and register to be the first to hear more, visit

    HumanEyes is headquartered in Israel with offices in the U.S. For more information on HumanEyes, go to For more information on the Vuze XR Camera, please visit

  • NEW YORK and COLOGNE, Germany, Sept. 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Building on its aim to make 360 degree and VR photo and video content creation accessible to all, HumanEyes Technologies announced today at Photokina the full product details for its Vuze XR Camera, which is now available for pre-order at for $439.  Starting today through November 4, customers that pre-order will receive a free bundle that includes a 360° underwater case, a micro SD card and free worldwide shipping (valued at $175).

    Shipping in late November, the Vuze XR Camera enables consumers and prosumers to create and share immersive experiences in 360° (2D) or VR180 (3D) formats, both in 5.7K resolution. The camera includes the Vuze XR Mobile App, for iOS and Android, and desktop editing software, for Mac and Windows, which allows anyone to edit and enhance content with popular 360° panoramas like Tiny Planet, as well as stickers, text and more. Users have the ability to live stream to social media or share photos and videos later with family and friends.  Vuze XR Camera customers can create their own VR website to host and share content with the HumanEyes Zone, making VR videos even more accessible.

    "People want to bring their content to life and they want to share their experiences for others to enjoy.  We created a dual 360° and VR180 camera, along with a companion mobile app, giving anyone the ability to capture high quality immersive experiences that can be shared in the moment.  The Vuze XR Camera makes it easy and fun to share all of your favorite moments from every angle," said Shahar Bin-Nun, CEO of HumanEyes Technologies.

    Available in black or white, the unique dual-camera design seamlessly combines two advanced capture systems into one pocketable device. Portable and simple-to-use, the camera gives everyone the power and convenience to record, live stream and share videos and photos from their mobile phone or computer.

    The Vuze XR Camera features:

    • The ability to "click" between 2D 360° mode (when the camera is closed) and 3D VR180 mode (when the camera is open)
    • Video resolution up to 5.7K at 30fps or up to 4K at 60fps (H.264 MP4)
    • Photo resolution of 18MP
    • In-camera stitching for up to 4K resolution, and desktop stitching for up to 5.7K resolution
    • The ability to live stream to popular social media channels, including Facebook and YouTube in both 360° and VR180.
    • Google VR180 Certification: HumanEyes is working closely with the Google team to complete VR180 certification for the Vuze XR Camera.

    The camera gives content creators a suite of tools and accessories to make it easy to edit and share 360° and VR180 content, including:

    • The Vuze XR Mobile App: For iOS and Android, the app provides remote camera control over Wi-Fi, photo and video preview, editing, and the ability to upload and live stream to social media. Additionally, the app features stabilization control, photo and video filters, virtual stickers, the ability to add text, color adjustments and the "Directors Cut" mode with Track and Follow object viewpoint adjustment, Little Planet effects, fly in and out effects and more.
    • Desktop Editing Software: For Mac and Windows, the software supports basic and advanced editing and stitching functions for VR180 and 360° content, including live streaming in both VR180 and 360°, as well as sharing directly to social media channels.
    • Accessories: The Vuze XR Camera accessories include a tripod available for $29.95 and an underwater case available for $99.95, which both support 360° and VR180.

    Photokina attendees can be among the first to see a demo and experience the power of the new Vuze XR Camera at the HumanEyes booth H-015 in Hall 5.2 from September 26-29.

    The HumanEyes Vuze XR Camera is the latest innovation from the company's award-winning 360° and VR camera line, which includes the Vuze and Vuze+ VR cameras. To see the Vuze XR Camera in action, view more product specifications and pre-order, visit  To see it in person please visit the booth at Photokina.

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  • i am comparing now VuzeXR and qoocam and still can not decide.

    VuzeXR + 5.7k + protective case for 360 mode in the preorder pack

    qoocam + 120 fps + depth map + came earlier and software features seem more finished and advanced

    but little is known about vuzeXR may be they can catch with some of the software features of qoocam later?

    Does some of the members plan to review VuzeXR?

  • Only 6 days left for the Pre-order Bundle.

    Order now and save $175.

    Pre-order Bundle includes:

    • 5.7k Vuze XR Camera
    • Underwater housing for 360°
    • 64 GB microSD card
    • Free shipping

  • Off topic but related: are there VR production rules already in existence? How early is this field on the uptake curve compared to film? 1900? 1910? 1930? I don't mean tech wise (though that is a question in itself), but as a creative medium. What carries over from film production? How is a shoot staged? How is it lit? Has anyone documented the production of a VR movie?

  • @radikalfilm

    It is good idea to make it like topic, I guess.

    Guys who shoot VR professionally could help here.

    For me it looks extremely hard, very limiting. And it seems like this is that industry realized in last year.

    It is also why you see so much marketing push towards using 360 video to make virtual normal cameras out of it.

  • I can't see much upside to shooting narrative in 360, but "virtual normal cameras" is actually pretty exciting (though the quality will need to improve a bit more)

  • @eatstoomuchjam

    Huge issue with virtual cameras is 180 degree lenses (and lack of any hoods), result - extreme suspicion to flares (and lack of contrast).

  • @Vitaliy_Kiselev I've noticed that on mine - in addition, they capture with extremely deep DOF similar to action cameras which makes it difficult/unlikely to get effective subject/background separation - but for pulling off camera movements that would be otherwise impossible or very difficult, I'm increasingly excited by the possibilities.

  • HumanEyes Technologies Initiates Worldwide Shipping for Breakthrough New 5.7K Vuze XR Dual Camera

    Versatile and highly affordable new dual-mode camera for Virtual Reality ecosystem delivers flexibility to capture and share content in 3D VR180 or 2D 360° formats

    NEW YORK, Dec. 04, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- HumanEyes Technologies, bringing Virtual Reality to Reality with its pioneering lineup of Vuze VR cameras, today announced that worldwide shipments to pre-order customers and select retail partners of the new Vuze XR camera began on November 30th. The Vuze XR made its U.S. debut at the NYVR Expo in New York City in late October.

    The Vuze XR sports a unique and versatile new design, giving consumers, content creators, prosumers and VR industry professionals the freedom to capture and share engaging content and memorable moments in stereoscopic 3D VR180 or 2D 360° — all in one compact unit. The Vuze XR delivers 5.7K 30fps video capture, 18MP still photos, video stabilization, in-camera stitching, and more.

    “The Virtual Reality industry is still in its infancy, and some of the technologies and standards are still undergoing an evolutionary process,” said Jim Malcolm, GM, North America for HumanEyes. “That said, the industry has strongly coalesced around the 2D 360° format for laptops and mobile devices and the new 3D VR180 format for VR headsets. The Vuze XR was designed to support both with stunning precision, plus it delivers 18MP still photos as well, so it literally is two versatile cameras in one.”

    Vuze XR Camera Features

    Easy-to-Use: Easily switch between 3D VR180 and 2D 360° modes with a simple click.

    Industry-leading Resolution: Video resolution at 5.7K (H.264 MP4); stills at 18MP

    Photo and Video Stitching: Up to 4K/30fps in-camera, desktop stitching 5.7K/30fps when edited with Vuze VR Studio software

    Mobile app Stabilization and Editing: Including 360° panoramas, effects, filters, stickers, and ‘Director’s Cut’ mode

    LIVE Broadcast + Share to Social: Live stream to popular social media channels, including Facebook and YouTube in 360°

    Google VR180 Certification: HumanEyes is working closely with Google to complete VR180 certification for the Vuze XR

    The Vuze XR Mobile App

    Available for iOS and Android devices, the Vuze XR Mobile App provides remote camera control via a Wi-Fi connection, photo and video preview, basic and advanced editing, stabilization control, photo and video filters, and the ability to upload to social media, as well as live streaming.

    Desktop Editing Software: The Vuze XR also comes with robust desktop editing software for both Mac and PCs, supporting basic editing and stitching functions for VR180 and 360° content.

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  • You can now view Vuze XR photos and 4K 30fps videos (both 360 and VR180) on Oculus Go wirelessly.