Nokia scraps virtual reality camera Ozo

The tech company launched the camera aimed at “professional creators” in 2015, and two years later has decided to pull it from the shelves.

The original Nokia Ozo camera from 2015

Nokia has announced it is scrapping its virtual reality camera Ozo, two years after its release.

The camera was aimed at “professional creators”, and cost $60,000 (£46,000) when it launched in 2015.

A second generation version called Ozo+ came out this year, and was originally priced at $45,000 (£34,000) but recently dropped its price to $25,000 (£19,000), reports the BBC.

The tech company has said in a statement that it will now focus its efforts on health tech products.

Read Design Week’s full story from November 2015 on the Nokia Ozo launch here.

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