Tech startup launch reveals new ways to reach global audiences with augmented reality
VRJAM, the world’s first real-time, performance platform for live virtual and augmented reality on mobile devices, has revealed its beta version technology.
A live streaming platform for both virtual and augmented reality, VRJAM empowers content creators to create and share live, interactive XR performances with millions of people worldwide.
Designed in consultation with Google, VRJAM’s revolutionary technology enables content creators to project live performances into a 3D, animated world.
Sam Speaight, CEO and founder of VRJAM, said: “We’ve developed a technology which is set to be a game-changer for the way XR content can be shared.
“Our cutting-edge platform provides an unrivalled, immersive way for businesses across different sectors to share content. By using innovative fast 5G streaming technology, global audiences will be able to tune into a live event, a conference, a business event, a sporting event or anything a brand is streaming - to experience it like never before, digitally reimagined.
“We’re incredibly proud of what we’ve created and we’re sure this will disrupt the way industries aim to reach new demographics.”
The startup’s technology will be showcased to the world at the Createch conference today (June 11) in London, and will be used to simulate the UK Minister For Culture and a high ranking Facebook Executive inside VR as life-like 3D avatars.
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