VR solutions developer HumanEyes launches cloud-based suite
Category: #tech  | By Mateen Dalal  | Date: 2020-01-06 |
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VR solutions developer HumanEyes launches cloud-based suite

HumanEyes Technologies, a leading global supplier of virtual reality solutions, will present immersive and shareable VR experiences at CES 2020, which starts on 7th January and ends on 10th January in Las Vegas. The company will showcase its Vuze XR dual function 360 VR camera and entire line-up of cloud services, accessories, and cameras. The company will also organize “HumanEyes Immersive VR Experience” at the HumanEyes suite from 7th January to 10th January at the Encore Hotel.

HumanEyes Cloud-based Suite has high-performance Edge computing assets to streamline and update the Capture-Create-Share VR workflow, which will eradicate the requirement for high-power computers or phones. The VR content creators will be facilitated with an array of value-added services owing to the initial release of the camera-agnostic platform. The services will include VR stitching, rendering, hosting content, stabilization, direct downloading & sharing content to Facebook and YouTube.

HumanEyes will share an array of news & updates to the hybrid 360 VR camera, which will include the latest software features, accessories, and a new color alternative.

Shahar Bin-Nun, CEO, HumanEyes Technologies, reportedly stated that the industry is rife with several enterprises creating VR and imaging applications to set apart their offering and disrupt the industry in anticipation of the 5G era. The company’s next-generation solution advances its strategic commitment to offer industry-defining 2D 360 & 3D 180 systems at a time when the complete potential of 3D-VR user experience will be unveiled by the innovative 5G performances, he further added.

HumanEyes is looking for teaming up with strategic partners across diverse verticals, such as Internet Media, Telcos, Media & Entertainment, and online verticals, including Hospitality & Leisure, Utilities, and Real Estate, to deliver on such large-scale plan. The company has engaged the services of an Israel-based team of Deloitte Consulting to support this important corporate initiative.

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