Virtual reality (VR) headset manufacturer StarVR has announced a new partnership with automotive visualisation company ZeroLight and are planning to demonstrate new technology innovations coming from the partnership at VR & AR World, part of London Tech Week.
Part of the demonstration planned by StarVR and ZeroLight will involve an ultra-high definition automotive VR experience and a talk by ZeroLight’s Chief Marketing Officer, Francois de Bodinat and StarVR’s Guillaume Gourard on impact and perceptions of premium commercial VR technology.
“Quality and innovation are the foundation upon which we build our experiences.” says Francois de Bodinat, Chief Marketing Officer at ZeroLight. “The team at Starbreeze and Acer have delivered a headset with a display that can deliver truly high-definition content such as ours, taking the medium forward within enterprise.”
The planned VR automotive experience will allow delegates at VR & AR World to interact with a digital vehicle by wearing StarVR head-mounted display, which can display high-resolution VR images with a 210-degree field of view.
“With StarVR we’re focusing on facilitating premium commercial content creators like ZeroLight with a truly high definition HMD that showcases the full potential of their experiences, inspiring the future of enterprise in VR. We’re excited to be showing the latest R&D with a partner that is powering forward thinking retail concepts within the automotive space.” said Guillaume Gouraud.
VR & AR world will be taking place from 13th-15th June at London’s ExCel Centre as part of London Tech Week. Other speakers planned for the event include Chris Chin of HTC Vive, Evelyn Miralles of NASA, Paul Davies and Connie Miller of Boeing and Karen Harris of IntuDigital. Further information can be found at the official VR & AR World website.
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