The Vuze VR camera was one of the first sub $1,000 virtual reality cameras to actually capture stereoscopic footage, giving your video a greater sense of realism. The new Vuze+ isn’t quite as inexpensive as its predecessor, but it’s significantly more functional. The camera has improved lenses and spatial audio recording, plus it’s now able to livestream a 3D 360-degree 4K video to Facebook, YouTube, Periscope or any other platform that supports the Real-Time Messaging Protocol.
The camera body itself has been enhanced and is now water and dust resistant. On the software side, the Vuze camera app now gives you full manual control over your image, plus the ability to preview your scene (original Vuze camera owners can update their app to gain similar controls). The Vuze+ doesn’t record completely spherical video. Instead, you’re recording a 360 x 180 scene at either 4K/30p in 3D or at 4K/60p in 2D. Joining the camera are a suite of web-building tools, called Humaneyes Zone, which will let you post your VR videos to the web for all the world to enjoy (we heard cats in VR are big).