Noitom Showcases Their Latest VR Technology at SVVR 2017

This last year we have really been focused on extending ourselves further into virtual reality because we understand the great need there is for this technology not just for entertainment but as a business solution as well.

Not long after announcing their latest virtual reality-related product, the motion-tracking Hi5 VR Glove, Noitom makes its return to the world’s premiere virtual reality gathering, the Silicon Valley Virtual Reality Conference & Expo taking place at the San Jose Convention Center from March 29-31.

At its core, Noitom is a motion capture technology company, dedicating much of its research to all aspects of motion capture and creating affordable and accessible tools for VFX, animation and gaming such as its popular Perception Neuron system. The company however, has continued to steadily advance into the virtual reality spectrum where it is now focused on making immersion into VR a smoother and even more dynamic experience.

As Noitom prepares to be a part of SVVR for the third year in a row, the industry professionals from around the world who will be in attendance have the opportunity to experience the company’s latest virtual reality products, both of which promise to deliver better, more engaging ways to enjoy virtual reality.

For SVVR 2017, Noitom will once again showcase their multi-user mixed reality B2B platform Project Alice. They will also be presenting to a whole new audience, their consumer Hi5 VR Glove which made its unofficial debut earlier this year at CES in Las Vegas. Both Project Alice and Hi5 VR Glove are poised to generate excitement around the Noitom booth at SVVR where they will be offering daily live demos throughout the course of the convention.

“This last year we have really been…

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