C-Real, a Swiss innovator in light field micro-display technology, today announced the commercial availability by early 2024 of its patent-protected augmented reality display technology, which enables original equipment manufacturers and original design manufacturers to develop AR glasses that uniquely provide correct depth perception to users.
Emagine Entertainment has announced partnerships with Screenvision Media and Strax Networks to create an industry first augmented reality platform connecting a physical theatrical experience to the digital world. The platform will debut in October exclusively at select Michigan Emagine locations.
London-based extended reality technology company disguise has acquired Atlanta-based immersive entertainment specialists Meptik to empower a global deployment of immersive productions, studios and installations delivered by Meptik and powered by disguise.
The mixed reality company Silver Spoon and production house Schrom have partnered to launch a new extended reality stage in New York called XR New York.
Moving Image Technologies will host a factory open house, including technology demonstrations on Thursday, January 20, 2022, following the International Cinema Technology Association seminars in Los Angeles, California from January 17-19, 2022. Demonstrations will include MITs’ new multi-language translator, a revolutionary system that enables outreach to an untapped customer base of non-native language proficient customer
Deluxe, the global provider of digital and cloud-based services to the world’s leading content production studios and distributors, has formed a new division, Deluxe Events, to provide content mastering, localization, and distribution for physical, virtual, and hybrid experiences.
With the news that ArcLight Cinema and the Pacific Theatre will permanently close their doors, a Los Angeles tech startup is using augmented reality to pay homage to the hidden history of the iconic Cinerama Dome on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood.
At the Consumer Electronics Show currently underway in Las Vegas CJ 4DPlex today unveiled an indoor augmented reality platform that the company says will open new business opportunities for the gaming and entertainment industry.
CJ 4DPlex unveiled what it called the world’s first four-sided 4DX Screen movie theatre at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show currently underway in Las Vegas. The company also introduced an indoor AR platform that seamlessly combines reality with virtual objects and announced an ultra-wide zoom lens in development, which can reduce projection distance by 70 percent compared to standard projection lens.
Audio specialist Sennheiser has taken a majority shareholding in Dear Reality, a leader in spatial audio algorithms and VR/AR audio software. The company will continue to operate as a separate business based in Düsseldorf and customers will be able to rely on existing dearVR products. In addition, they can look forward to joint VR/AR workflows by Sennheiser and Dear Reality. Uwe Cremering, responsible for Ambeo Immersive Audio at Sennheiser, will support the company as a third CEO alongside founders Achim Fell and Christian Sander.