Experts from rendering company OTOY, capture company Lytro and researchers from USC talked at a Visual Effects Society event focused on light fields. It will take a couple hours to get through the videos but the four parts are a must-watch for people confused about what the technology represents.
Part 1 (34 minutes)
Part 2 (31 minutes)
Part 3 (26 minutes)
Part 4 (1 hour 10 minutes)
Nokia’s Ozo camera for VR capture will cost $60,000. It weighs around 10 pounds, can run without wires, and promises live-monitoring of footage as well as complete surround sound capture. A $5,000 deposit is required and it starts shipping in Q1 next year.