Virtualware’s VIROO set to support Mixed Reality capabilities upon its new release

Virtualware’s VIROO set to support Mixed Reality capabilities upon its new release

Bilbao, Spain, 13 June 2023. – Spanish listed company Virtualware (EPA:MLVIR), a global leader in immersive technology solutions, today announces its readiness to support mixed reality (MR) capabilities on its VIROO 2.4 release coming in July.

Version 2.4 of VIROO boasts the capacity to blend VR and AR/MR technologies within its sessions. It creates a seamless experience with multiple users connected from various locations and using different devices, offering true cross-platform interoperability.

This remarkable feature is already operational with HTC’s Vive XR Elite and will extend to every pass-through capable headset including PICO XR headsets, and Meta Quest 3, and will explore the future capabilities of the coming Apple Vision Pro, enabling users to take full advantage of this innovative technology.

Virtualware aims to leverage the groundbreaking MR feature by introducing a few simple yet powerful drag-and-drop components on VIROO Studio for Unity, allowing any developer to create and publish adaptative XR content effortlessly.

With a diverse client base that includes GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, Ontario Power Generation, Petronas, Iberdrola, Alstom, Guardian Glass, Gestamp, Danone, Johnson & Johnson, Biogen, Bayer, ADIF, the Spanish Ministry of Defense, El Retoño Technical University, and EAN University, Virtualware is poised for further global expansion.

“With VIROO’s unique capabilities, we can facilitate multi-user sessions that incorporate both VR and AR/MR devices. This makes VIROO a highly versatile platform, enabling a transparent use of both immersive technologies and allowing users to choose their preferred immersive experience”

says Sergio Barrera, CTO & Co-founder of Virtualware.

Virtualware is a pioneering global technology firm specializing in virtual reality solutions. Since its establishment in 2004, the company has executed over 500 projects across 33 countries. Its innovative Virtual Reality as a Service (VRaaS) platform, VIROO, is aimed at making virtual reality accessible to businesses of all sizes and sectors. It started trading at Euronext Paris last April, with a market valuation of over 27 million euros.

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