When the Vuze was first announced, they said the price would be “under $1,000.” That’s not chump change but it’s a fraction of the cost of other 360-degree 3D cameras such as the Surround 360, or the GoPro Odyssey / Google Jump ($15,000). The good news is that preorders for the Vuze will cost only $799, including the Vuze Studio software, the Homido-designed VR headset, and the VR Minipod (tripod / selfie-stick). Here is the preorder link.
If you haven’t yet and you’re interested, I suggest you sign up and check the box to receive notices and special offers. I would also suggest following them on Twitter and Facebook. Lastly, if you do get an email from Vuze, I suggest you read it carefully so you don’t miss out on important details. 😉
Vuze orders will ship October 2016, although they will ship in the order that they receive orders. I ordered one too and will post a review when I get it.
In the meantime, check out these related posts, including sample 3D 360 videos from the Vuze.