In addition, Canon showcased an innovative dual fisheye lens that can help improve VR capability for capture. Canon has also unveiled its latest AMLOS model in CES 2022.
One of the key elements of Canon’s vision for 2022 is cooperation, which was the inspiration behind the TogetherNext theme. By focusing on collaboration efforts and varied relationships, Canon aims to bring the world together innovatively.
This company’s AMLOS product, which is a medium-sized camera mounted on the desk, is the driver for their 2022 targets. AMLOS means “Actuate My Line Of Sight,” which will allow users to collaborate, record, and hold hyper-realistic virtual meetings.
Producer and actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt see the ingenuity and creativity of the company’s venture. Through the company HitRecord, Gordon-Levitt will conduct an all-digital Hybrid Writer’s Room with others who will try to make the idea of a short animated film.
Canon explains the ways that AMLOS “is looking to help redefine how we see, engage and interact.” AMLOS will feature a Microsoft Teams integration, as also, it will provide the seamless connectivity of software.
With a few gestures similar to an arm wave, users will be able to perform tasks such as calling off calls or adjusting the appearance of the gathering. Cameras will offer enhanced digital photography, which means that those attending a meeting will communicate various images with ease and convenience.
Gordon-Levitt’s HitRecord production, in conjunction with Canon, will be released in the coming weeks after CES.
Canon also promotes its Kokomo program, designed to create VR calls extremely interactively. It uses Canon’s imaging technology and the camera line to produce real-life experiences on a small screen.
There’s no official date for the release of this Kokomo software. However, Canon plans to announce the date soon.