Press release: ImmersiON announces strategic fusion with VRelia
IRVINE, Calif. — Irvine-based ImmersiON has announced a partnership with Spain’s VRelia to combine ImmersiON’s head-mounted display technology with the Professional Head Mounted Display business unit of VRelia to provide the user with an unparalleled experience.
“This is ground breaking news,” said Kevin Williams, chairman of International Immersion Industries and founder of the DNA Association. “By bringing together the emerging virtual reality technology of ImmersiON, their expertise and a fresh innovative startup like VRelia, a significant step has been taken in developing virtual reality technology and a true immersion experience. The fusion of these two leading companies has created an operation with a strong track record of establishing innovative technology internationally.”
ImmersiON and VRelia will co-develop, enhance and distribute the ImmersiON-VRelia Head Mounted Display for virtual reality and augmented reality applications, features not offered by any other company. With a 120-degree field of view and dual full high-definition 2160×1920 resolution, the ImmersiON-VRelia HMD features previously unseen augmented reality and virtual reality features. They include superior resolution and optics, with a wider field of view than any other products on the market, such as ANTVR, Morpheus and Oculus.
ImmersiON-VRelia personal display completes a virtual ecosystem that includes the AlterSpace AVR, an augmented and virtual- reality environment for interactive media, which is powered by AILEENN’s Artificial Intelligence Neural Network engine. Paired with the other offerings, the new device will deliver an unparalleled experience.
The product is branded as ImmersiON-VRelia HMD/HUD, and is now available for pre-order.
“The fusion between ImmersiON and VRelia takes us a step closer to releasing the perfect head-mounted and heads-up device on the market. That, added to the AlterSpace ecosystem, combines virtual reality, augmented reality and artificial intelligence at its best, making the user experience a new kind of reality–a parallel universe, where the line between the real and the digital world is completely blurred,” said Manuel R. Gutierrez Novelo, architect of ImmersiON, AlterSpace, AILEENN and TDVision.
AlterSpace AVR applications span the gamut of technology. From education to medical to military training it provides a cutting edge training and learning environment. It also extends from those venues to include business meetings, social media and entertainment. AlterSpace AVR, is powered by http://www.tdvision.com/, an Artificial intelligence Logical Electronic Emulation Neural Network. AILEENN simulates human brain functions, including research, reasoning, pattern analysis, prediction and big-data logical correlations. AlterSpace AVR, utilizing the 3-D, high definition virtual experience of the ImmersiON-VRelia, pairs with AILEENN to offer a complete immersive experience.
“When I sampled VRelia’s early work, I knew our industry had great things in store. Now that Immersion has partnered with VRelia, the leverage is there to really take things up a level. The market is clearly growing in the right direction, and we look forward to more positive developments from our membership,” said Neil Schneider, Executive Director of The Immersive Technology Alliance.
“VRelia and ImmersiON have fusioned with one single objective: to create VR and AR for massive adoption, from the users, with the users and for the users. With that objective, we will create a platform for everyone, with the most advanced technology for Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Artificial Intelligence and years of experience in a portable system: The ImmersiON-VRelia HMD/HUD will be superior to anything you have seen before. This vision has united our companies and, working together, we will create a unique AVR ecosystem where every user will be able to contribute and share ideas, experiences and advancements to redefine the Virtual and Augmented Reality future,” said Vicente Diaz from VRelia.
ImmersiON is focused exclusively on the creation of wide field-of-view 3D Stereoscopic Head Mounted Displays and Heads Up Displays for virtual reality and augmented reality. The company is a startup initiative of Manuel R. Gutierrez Novelo, founder of TDVision, which continues the next generation of the TDVisor. The TDVisor is an HMD used by the military and the medical industries, and is the first full high definition 3D HMD since 2006.
VRELIA stands for Virtual Reality Technologies. VRELIA was founded in 2013 for the purpose of creating virtual reality projects. VRELIA has successfully developed the virtual reality headset VREYE PRO, the first dual full-HD 2160×1920 resolution virtual reality headset, and the VREYE GO, the most advanced virtual reality headset for smart phones currently available.
AlterSpace AVR is another startup initiative of Manuel R. Gutierrez Novelo. The company is committed to the development of a multiplatform, display-agnostic operating environment for work, entertainment, training, military, medical and education applications for Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Augmented Virtuality under one same application, agnostic and running over the Cloud.
AILEENN is an Artificial Intelligence Logical Electronic Emulation Neural Network created by Manuel R. Gutierrez Novelo. Based on neural networks, it utilizes fuzzy logic and a multidimensional, self-adaptive, self-learning back propagation network to analyze, predict and take action regarding any pattern with applications for business intelligence, government, military, medical, personal, social and big-data mining, cluster, correlation and scattered data analysis.
About TDVision Systems, Inc.
TDVision is the 2013 Lumiere Award winner for its contribution to the 3D Industry, including the world wide patented and standardized 2D+Delta MVC ISO 14496 Codec used in 3D Blu-ray discs, the Dynamic Convergence method for CG environments, and first in the world to draft the entire 3D Ecosystem from acquisition, encoding, generation, deployment, decoding and visualization of full HD 3D stereoscopic digital imaging.
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