What if you could look down and see your actual arms and legs inside #VR, or look at other real-world people or objects as if you weren't wearing a headset? Imverse's team spent five years building this incredible technology at universities in Switzerland and Spain. Now its real-time mixed reality e… [Read More]
Summary… * Machine-Made
“We were working on this before Oculus was even created,” says co-founder Javier Bello Ruiz.
Now its real-time mixed reality engine is ready for public demos, debuting this month at Sundance Film Festival.
But even if their commercialization stumbles, one of the #VR giants would probably love to buy Imverse’s tech.
It also offers the bonus ability to render other objects, including people, allowing Bello Ruiz to shake my hand while he’s in a #VR headset and I’m not.
There’s plenty of room for Imverse to make its mixed reality engine clearer and less choppy.
Opinion… * Man-Made