Humaneyes Technologies (HET) is a pioneer of 3D modeling and VR technology. Since it was established in Israel in 2000, HET has registered more than 70 patents relating to 3D technology and has had its sights firmly set on the growth potential of the VR market. From the very outset, HET has aimed to bring simple recording and editing solutions for VR content to both experienced video pros and potential new customers. Now HET is attending CEBIT 2018 to showcase the Vuze+ VR camera - the latest generation of its 3D 360-degree virtual reality camera.
With a recommended retail price of 1,195 euros, the new camera is primarily aimed at prosumers, who can use the Vuze+ VR camera to shoot, produce and share VR content within a system. The camera incorporates versatile recording functions to meet the highest demands and the system includes Vuze VR studio editing software and access to the Humaneyes Zone, an industry-leading VR platform where users can stream and share their VR content easily via a link. "The VR camera market has steadily grown, but only a few cameras allow users to shoot in true VR with 3D video," explains Humaneyes Technologies CEO, Shahar Bin-Nun, adding: "There has not, so far, been a way for users to easily share their VR footage, which has been the key missing component in helping drive VR adoption. The Vuze+ VR camera addresses this issue and expands the VR ecosystem from true VR capture to production and consumption, allowing anyone to create and share truly breathtaking immersive VR experiences."