Technology is evolving quickly to bring XR capabilities into mainstream culture. The content in these systems need to be anchored properly to ensure correct and accurate display for consumers. Maxar’s high-resolution digital twin of the entire Earth is built with space-based data and machine learning, providing a foundational geospatial layer on which XR content can be connected to the real world. With Maxar’s digital twin, the entertainment industry can film movies in any location on Earth from one studio or scout global locations in virtual reality;video game developers can start with real cities as their canvas for building out new levels;industrial companies can train employees and rehearse operations before deploying in-field crews;the use cases enabled by this digital twin are only limited by the imagination.
Maxar will share the art of the possible with its digital twin and, together with its customers, Sturfee, will detail how this digital twin is anchoring a new, cutting-edge visual positioning system (VPS) that will enable the deployment of autonomous systems, the creation of enterprise maps and persistent digital advertising, among other uses.
Are you looking to pilot an XR training program? Are you ready to scale from pilot to widespread adoption? This presentation will share tools, strategies, and real-world examples to help you build an effective XR training program at your organization.
We’ll share practical, real-world stories from the biggest companies in the world and how they went from getting early buy-in to running a successful pilot to scaling up to hundreds of locations.
Jason McGuigan, Lenovo’s Head of Virtual Reality, will discuss how the current avalanche of AI powered services are acting as a major force multiplier for XR developers. With the launch of the Lenovo ThinkReality VRX, Jason will discuss how some of Lenovo’s software partners are adopting these technologies to enhance their products and deliver profound new experiences to their customers.
He will share examples of these tools in action and discuss how the adoption of GAI will allow smaller teams to do more, reduce the costs of development, and speed the time to market. The results of these advances will be nothing short of revolutionary as enterprise organizations will be able to solve for a greater variety of use cases in higher quality, more cost-effective VR solutions.
Did you know that collaboration in the metaverse can benefit greatly from haptics? Learn how realistic, multiuser touch feedback can be cost-effective and fun for teamwork in networked, immersive environments. We’ll also announce preliminary results of exciting new partnerships. Join us as we explore insights and developments which indicate an exciting 5-year path ahead for haptics-enabled training and industrial environments.