October 24, 2021

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Camera that Creates Immersive Experience

Nobody Have ever thought that we can have cameras like this which can save happy moments of life.

Maybe it’s the wedding ceremony or some dance party or your child birthday.

It can also be the victory celebration of sports team.

With this mobile virtual reality technology, it’s now possible to create virtual memories.

Humaneyes Technologies, an innovator in camera technology, has developed a user-friendly, dual camera that combines 360-degree photography.

With immersive 3-D Virtual Reality (VR), all in one simple-to-use solution that costs about the same as a decent DSLR
camera.

“We’ve done it with the best, from documenting Mako sharks with The Discovery Channel to weightless experiences in the International Space Station, floating more than 250 miles above the horizon.”

With this new technology customers create their own experience.

The Vuze XR flips easily from a 360-degree camera to a VR180 camera and shoots both virtual video and photos.

Whether you’re recording or live streaming, users can create and share virtual experiences at that moment, and then save them to revisit next week or next decade.

Special features of the VUZE include 18-Mega Pixel still images, built-in stabilization, filters, and a VR editing suite. Plus, it doesn’t get more portable.

“It also functions as a 5.7K and 4K up to 60fps 2D camera for capturing high-resolution video and pictures to fill out your photo album.

Think ahead to the holidays and how the latest in VR technology can help make unforgettable memories.

You can connect far-flung family and friends.

The VUZE XR camera also features live streaming and social sharing for platforms, including Facebook and YouTube, so that you can bring your social media audience into the scene with you.

For more information on the VUZE XR camera and how to create your own virtual experiences and memories, visit www.humaneyes.com.

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