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HTC VIVE Partners with Imversed for Revolutionary Mixed Reality Experiences

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Oct 24, 2022 08:30 PDT

HTC, one of the world’s leading technology companies, is proud to announce its partnership with Imversed to bring mixed reality to life. HTC has its own virtual reality headset with VIVE, and Imversed offers an opportunity to combine HTC’s existing technology with alternate reality adaptations.

Virtual reality, a simulated experience using pose tracking and 3D near-eye displays, has taken the world by storm in the last decade. Many imagined that virtual reality alone would pave the way for the future, but companies like HTC believe that mixed reality (a combination of virtual and alternate realities) can truly assist us in our daily lives. I believe it will be

HTC’s VIVERSE is an existing metaverse ecosystem that connects people from all walks of life into an open and accessible virtual world. We aim to allow all users to explore, work and play in a safe environment. Art galleries, meeting collaboration, and video games are just a few of the options and solutions HTC offers through his VIVE. Our partnership with Imversed allows us to integrate current virtual reality technology into mixed reality.

While virtual reality requires a headset or helmet that completely covers the user’s field of vision, alternate reality uses applications through more common devices such as smartphones. Imversed Chairman Ed Ow said:

Imversed prides itself on creating the first mixed reality environment that empowers all users to collaborate and transact in innovative ways. Mixed reality seamlessly blends virtual and alternate realities into everyday life. “We want to create something like ready player oneexplains Ow. “You can upload any avatar in combination with AR and VR to achieve real utility.”

Imversed is not a single, centralized organization operating within the Metaverse, but brings together a multitude of entrepreneurs, businesses, and corporations to interact and transact. A unique virtual economy allows individuals to enter new virtual professions that bring real value and allows users to make money with just their headsets.

For example, imagine you’re strolling through a subway station filled with virtual properties, such as an Apple store. Using an app or simple AR glasses, you can go to work, virtually pick up a phone or device, try it on, and purchase a product with the click of a button. Later, on the same day, your purchases will be delivered to your home by drone. This enables an ever-changing landscape and limitless possibilities for large companies and new entrepreneurs alike to get their products into the hands of consumers at lower upfront costs.

The first demo of Imversed will be available at the end of October. Ow plans to launch the land in December, promising the first sale and showing a fully functional app demo. “I believe Imversed has the potential to create something very explosive.”

Stay tuned for the latest news from VIVE and Imversed.









Source: Immersion