Virtually Real Environment
Virtually real environment could let you chat with someone thousands of miles away as if he or she was your next-door neighbor. Think about it. If video conferencing with your friend on the other side of the world is useful now, imagine a future where you’ll be able to both see each other in virtual reality and interact in a space built entirely to your tastes. Maybe you and that friend can play the sports you always enjoyed playing together as children, or go for a walk on an alien moon. Virtual reality could let you chat with someone thousands of miles away as if he or she was your next-door neighbor. It will let you to kneel at the lawns in Eiffel tower to propose your girlfriend. If that sounds far-fetched, it shouldn’t, as versions of social VR platforms are already in development.
Imagine how this might impact your work. Do you really need to commute into the city when you and your colleagues could instead operate a virtual office? Your desk and its many applications could be mirrored to your home PC, whereby you simply put on your headset and you’re at work ready to go. All your co-workers are there, but none of you need to bother putting on pants if you don’t want. Oh, and your virtual office is on the moon, because why not? This has the potential to do many things, from making us feel a part of a virtual world for the first time, to giving us guided tours of historical landmarks. It’s the future social applications of the medium which are most exciting whether you’re stepping into your favorite game, watching an immersive VR movie, jumping to a destination on the other side of the world, or just spending time with friends in Synergia’s Real Space, you’ll feel like you’re really there. It’s the magic of presence.
HEAD MOUNTED DISPLAY
Synergia’s display technology combined with its precise, low-latency constellation tracking system enables the sensation of presence – the feeling as though you’re actually there. The magic of presence changes everything. Virtual reality, anytime, anywhere. Precise, low-latency positional tracking is a key requirement for virtual reality. This VR headset uses tracking technology to provide 360° head tracking, allowing users to look around the virtual world just as they would in real life. Synergia’s Head mounted displays have tweaked latency to make gameplay feel natural and intuitive, early testers of previous devices reported nausea, owing to the lag in response time. Further, the visual appeal of the product itself isn’t as charming as some design-savvy people might like it to be.
It’s as easy to use as it is captivating. Just take your GALAXY Note 4, S6, or S6 edge, slide it in the Gear VR head mount and you’re in. Play games with your friend connected on a mobile device from the other part of the world just like you used to play on the street when you were kids.
Synergia’s virtual suit gives you the touch and feel. It’s the extreme piece of virtual reality. Put on your suit to feel the weather which your eyes see. The suit is filled with pressure and temperature transducers and woven with smart materials which changes shapes, hardness and temperature when the environment in the display changes. This gives you the ability to run or float or do whatever you see in your display. So if your friend kicks you from spain, you can feel the pain here. Don’t worry, you can kick him back with extra force.
TOOLS TO BUILD THE FUTURE
Synergia’s Creator Center has all the tools, software, documentation, and samples you need to build experiences for Virtual Space. Plug in to the developer community for insights into VR, game design, and engineering challenges