Antycip Simulation have been at the Laval Virtual, the world-leading virtual reality (VR) event recently showcasing their latest in VR and 3D immersive solutions.
Partnering with Lumiscaphe and Christie, Antycip Simulation were showcasing their hallmark innovative VR solutions to allow customers a chance to experience the benefits of face-to-face VR at every level. Having built up a long-standing relationship with projection manufacturer Christie in France, using their visual solutions in all of their VR installations in France, the companies are hoping for many more years of success working together. For Laval Virtual, Antycip Simulation has also partnered with Lumiscaphe, an editor and integrator of innovative software solutions in the digital aspect of mock-up (DAM) and photorealistic, real-time SD rendering fields.
Johan Besnainou, Antycip Simulation’s director for France and Spain said: “We’ve been attending Laval Virtual for over a decade – having grown significantly over the years, it is now recognised at an international level for bringing together established organisations, start-ups and enthusiasts across the cutting-edge VR and AR community. This year we’re excited to team up with our trusted partners Christie and Lumiscaphe to showcase the true breadth and depth of what we can offer in the VR space.”
At Laval Virtual, Antycip Simulation and Lumiscaphe will be sharing the large stand area to demonstrate a range of products and solution for VR. This includes the demonstration of the ASVR Aquila, Antycip Simulation’s one box, portable solution for face-to-face virtual reality which allows any meeting room wall or screen to be turned into a VR power wall for more immersive and collaborative meetings. The demonstration of this will be held on a 3m x 1.7m screen with ASVR Aquila ideally suited to smaller organisation looking to invest in collaborative face-to-face VR in a cost effective package.
Designed by the expert team at Antycip Simulation, ASVR Aquila is complete with the capabilities of Christie projection technology, a HP workstation, tracking system and 3D glasses. While the core components are standard, the VR peripherals can be tailored to fit the customer’s needs for addition flexibility. With a portable, easy to use design that has a low power consumption it only takes five minutes to set up the ASVR Aquila.
“Laval Virtual is a great showcase for how VR in France is being championed in a combined public-private partnership; the growth of the show over the last two decades into a destination VR event with visitors from all over the world is testament to both the vision of the organisers and the championing of VR in France as a paradigm-shifting technology. Together with Christie and Lumiscaphe, we look forward to receiving some ambitious forward-thinking project briefs to channel our expertise,” Johan Besnainou added.
VRFocus will be sure to bring you all the latest on Antycip Simulation in the future so stay tuned for more.