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Nokia OZO, the world's first virtual reality camera with professional orientation will soon be on the market; it became apparent in the yesterday's event for the media and entertainment industry in Los Angeles. The device, which looks like a prop from a sci-fi movie will be priced from $60,000.

Nokia's camera captures spherical video with full 360-degree coverage and 360-degree surround sound, which can then be viewed (or more experienced) in virtual reality goggles. OZO will offer the opportunity for streaming VR content as well.

Nokia, unlike most of its competitors in the technology sector, decided not to develop themselves goggles and tools for creating content for them, OZO officially presented in July 2015.