VR has seen a significant rise in the recent times. Companies like HTC, Facebook, Pimax are regularly pushing the limits of VR by constantly improving the technology. The use of VR is not only limited to gaming sector alone but it has expanded to other like education, health-care applications, industry use, military and much more.
Noitom which specializes in location-based VR has come up with another a new product Alice Space. Alice Space is a complete software and hardware package created for the educational market. It is themed around space exploration. Noitom has designed this, aiming places like science centers and museums.
Alice Space’s hardware features a high-fidelity optical-inertial tracking along with a VR goggles and a backpack PC assemble. It supports up to 6 users with a tracking space of 7m x 10m. Noitom has joined hands with Australian company Opaque Space to release the new content for the platform. Not only this Opaque Space have joined hands with NASA which will allow them to create accurate and immersive experience themed around space exploration.
Roch Nakajima (President of Noitom International) said that the company aims at creating a multi-user platform like this one to provide a fantastic experience to the mass audience. He also said that Museums could use Alice Space to provide a unique experience to the visitors that they will never forget.
The first version of Alice Space will be released at the beginning of the next year.
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